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European Month of Photography "The European Month of Photography" was first extended from Paris to Vienna and to Berlin in 2004, starting a strong exchange of exhibitions between these three cities. This year, three European capitals will join the festival, thus bringing to the project a truly European dimension with activities sponsored by the "old" and the "new" EU-countries and partners. More recently within the framework of the European Month of photography, the association has curated major photo-shows at Musée d’art moderne Grand-Duc Jean ( MUDAM ) , focusing on the interaction of photography and video.The exhibition space CarréRotondes hosted the third version, “Mutations III” ( 2011 ) dealing with the impact of the Internet on photography.
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10/03/2010 · European Month of photography NET Blog members are the cities of Athens, Berlin, Bratislava,Budapest, Ljubljana,Luxembourg,Paris,Vienna and their institutions dealing with photography Saturday, 13 March 2010
The network's first joint project, an exhibition entitled "Mutations" ("Transformations"), takes as its theme the profound technological and artistic changes taking place in contemporary European photography. Image: Elisabeth et Carine Krecke', Untitled #23 - Evoking Werner Herzog's Nosferatu October 30th, 2006 Opening: 4 to 8pm (Extrait de « Postures et impostures photographiques », in Mutations 1 2006/07 Contemporary European Photography, éditions Contrasto, 2006) Commissaire : Jean-Luc Monterosso, directeur de la MEP. Exposition réalisée avec le soutien d’Alcatel, de CulturesFrance, du Forum autrichien et en partenariat avec Le Monde 2.