2nd edition of the Parliament of Photography – May 5 & 6, 2021 – online
The Photography Parliament is a consultative body set up by the Ministry of Culture. It is a place of exchange and dialogue between the actors of the world of photography.
Tomorrow! Photography at the challenge of transition
2nd edition of the Parliament of photography – May 5 & 6, 2021 – ligne
In May 2021, the Bureau of Photography launched its second edition of the Parliament of Photography in a new form: two days of meetings accessible online from the INHA.
The Parliament of Photography is a place of exchange between the actors of the world of photography, both those from the heritage sector and those of creation or photojournalism.
During these two days, there were a series of round tables and mini-conferences hosted by photography experts, but also by intellectuals and professionals from other sectors, to open the debate and place it in a global context.
The event is also available in replay.
The Parliament of photography in four sessions
Wednesday 5 May from 9am to 1pm and from 2pm to 5pm
Thursday 6 May from 9.30 am to 1 pm and from 2.30 pm to 5 pm
Download the program, speakers biographies and presentation:
Documents released during the meetings:
Watch the round tables and conferences in replay :
- Roundtable – Health crisis, how to expose photography in the digital age? (1h30)
- France PhotoBook, showcasing the know-how of the French photographic edition (30 min)
- Between images, national program of transmission and workshops of photographic practice (30 min)
- Copyright and still images on digital sharing platforms: issues and perspectives for the world of images (20 min)
- Towards an eco-responsible transition of the visual arts? (1h30)
- Photojournalism, proof by image? (1h30)
- Photographic heritage, the new projects of the French Society of Photography (30 min)
- Escapes - Twenty-five Perspectives on the Health Crisis (38 min.)
- Is photographic criticism in crisis? (54mn)
- Capsule, a national photographic residency program (33 min)
- Round Table — Photography, actress and/or witness to our societal changes? (1h30)
> Read also: Parliament of Photography: The World of Photography in the Age of Change
> Consulter the archives of the first edition