Arendt & Art Event

Thursday
Apr 25, 2013
12:00 AM

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Thursday
Apr 25, 2013
12:00 AM
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Luxembourg
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​The exhibition "Dionisio Gonzalez – distURBANces " is on view at Arendt & Medernach until 18 October 2013 every Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Dionisio González is the winner of the “European Month of Photography Arendt Award” 2013. He has been recognised for the pertinence of his work, high photographic quality as well as a coherent artistic approach.

The European Month of Photography was created in 2004 organised by the European House of Photography (Maison Européenne de la Photographie - MEP) in Paris and its director Jean-Luc Monterosso. Supporting this initiative at the beginning were the Museum Education Service Berlin (Museumspädagogischer Dienst Berlin) and the Vienna Executive City Councillor for Cultural Affairs. These three cities were joined in 2005 by the association Attive Zone for the City of Rome, Fotofo Society of Bratislava, House of Photography of Moscow and Café-Crème of Luxembourg. Since early 2012, the network of European Month of Photography welcomed two additional members: Ljubljana and Budapest. Since 2004 in these capitals, museums, galleries and institutions dedicated to photography have organised a series of exhibitions over a pre-set period (one month or more) based on a theme of their own.

Following the exhibition series Mutations I, II, III between 2006 and 2011, The European Month of Photography introduces the exhibition project “distURBANces” which presents artistic positions that offer new perspectives on urban, technological and political developments.

Should you wish to know more about the "European Month of Photography", pleaseclick here

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