FF17 WINTER SHORTLIST SHOW ANNOUNCEMENT

FF17 WINTER SHORTLIST SHOW ANNOUNCEMENT
March 6, 2017 FotoFilmic

YAJING LIU (SINGAPORE)

JESSE KOECHLING (USA)

RYOTA KAJITA (USA/JAPAN)

DAVID FALCO (FRANCE)

TOMER KEP (ISRAEL)

NEIL HARMAN (UK)

CLAUDIA DEN BOER (THE NETHERLANDS)

JOHANN HUSSER (GERMANY)

DAVID SEVERN (UK)

ROMAIN DARNAUD & THOMAS KARGES (FRANCE)

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WINTER FOTOFILMIC17 SHORTLIST SHOW

 



March 31 – April 28, 2017 | FotoFilmic//PULP Gallery, Bowen Island, Vancouver BC, Canada

New to this 5th FOTOFILMIC17 edition are 3 SHORTLIST Group Shows to be held at FotoFilmic’s PULP Gallery ahead of the Jury’s own selection for the final International Traveling Exhibition. Each SHORTLIST show is to highlight single curated works from 10 shortlisted photographers for one full month following the WINTER, SPRING & SUMMER FOTOFILMIC17 SHORTLIST announcements.

Unlike last fall’s PULP series of exhibitions, SHORTLIST shows do present all photographers in framed print form as for the larger annual FotoFilmic touring program and give way to formal openings inviting Greater Vancouver & the Pacific Northwest’s photography & art communities at large to discover, enjoy and collect exceptional international emerging contemporary photography rooted in innovative material practices all in a unique, inspiring island setting as close to the Canadian wild as from Vancouver’s downtown core (you can literally see both from here!).

Once concluded each SHORTLIST SHOW will also importantly contribute to the building of the new FOTOFILMIC17 SHORTLIST Print Collection thus constituted of remarkable single original works all signed, edited and dated by the artists themselves.

Excitingly, this all starts today as we now have the pleasure to announce the 10 FOTOFILMIC17 WINTER SHORTLIST photographers and single works selected to be exhibited from Friday, Match 31st (same opening date) as the first FOTOFILMIC17 WINTER SHORTLIST SHOW!

Congratulations to:

Claudia den Boer (The Netherlands), David Falco (France), David Severn (UK), Jesse Koechling (USA), Johann Husser (Germany), Neil Harman (UK), Ryota Kajita (USA/Japan), Romain Darnaud & Thomas Karges (France), Tomer Kep (Israel), Yajing Liu (Singapore)