Exhibition and book "Ecal Photography"

Exhibition and book "Ecal Photography"

An art school is an image factory. New generations of artists are constantly emerging, joining the marathon of exhibitions and publications from the very first years of their creative lives. In this context, the art school has become a particularly attractive place for ambitious young artists.  This book features a selection of works by photography students from one of the world’s top art universities: ECAL, in Lausanne, Switzerland, an institution commited to training artists, graphic designers, industrial designers, typographers, filmmakers, interaction designers, and photographers. Here, students create freely, question the traditional genres, explore new territories, and experiment with and beyond their media. The works revealed by the “ECAL Photography” exhibition and collected in the eponymous book are bound to trace the beginnings of innovative practices in photography.  Publication « ECAL Photography »  - 296 pages / 385 images / French and English, 26,5 . 35 cm / 50 Euros / ISBN 978-3-7757-3725-8  . Edited by ECAL (under the supervision of Alexis Georgacopoulos, Director of ECAL, Nathalie Herschdorfer, independent curator and art historian, and Milo Keller, Head of Bachelor Photography), 2013  - Art Direction by Julien Gallico & Olga Prader  - With interviews from visiting artists and photographers at ECAL realized by Nathalie Herschdorfer including Adam Broomberg, Brice Dellsperger, Jason Evans, Thomas Mailaender, Paolo Roversi, Maurice Scheltens & Liesbeth Abbenes, Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs et Joachim Schmid.  - Published by Hatje Cantz:  www.hatjecantz.de

An art school is an image factory. New generations of artists are constantly emerging, joining the marathon of exhibitions and publications from the very first years of their creative lives. In this context, the art school has become a particularly attractive place for ambitious young artists.

This book features a selection of works by photography students from one of the world’s top art universities: ECAL, in Lausanne, Switzerland, an institution commited to training artists, graphic designers, industrial designers, typographers, filmmakers, interaction designers, and photographers. Here, students create freely, question the traditional genres, explore new territories, and experiment with and beyond their media. The works revealed by the “ECAL Photography” exhibition and collected in the eponymous book are bound to trace the beginnings of innovative practices in photography.

Publication « ECAL Photography »
- 296 pages / 385 images / French and English, 26,5 . 35 cm / 50 Euros / ISBN 978-3-7757-3725-8
. Edited by ECAL (under the supervision of Alexis Georgacopoulos, Director of ECAL, Nathalie Herschdorfer, independent curator and art historian, and Milo Keller, Head of Bachelor Photography), 2013
- Art Direction by Julien Gallico & Olga Prader
- With interviews from visiting artists and photographers at ECAL realized by Nathalie Herschdorfer including Adam Broomberg, Brice Dellsperger, Jason Evans, Thomas Mailaender, Paolo Roversi, Maurice Scheltens & Liesbeth Abbenes, Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs et Joachim Schmid.
- Published by Hatje Cantz: www.hatjecantz.de

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"Watchit", ECAL/Tiphanie Mall, 2012
"Maldoror" ECAL/Jean-Vincent Simonet, 2013
"Es Stinkt der Mensch, Solang er Lebt ECAL", ECAL/Maya Rochat, 2009
"Sans titre", ECAL/Jimmy Rachez, 2013
"Berry Blossoms Blue", ECAL/Alexia Cayre, 2011
"Coco", ECAL/Priscillia Saada, 2012
"Éon Hunting", ECAL/Tristan Savoy, 2011
"Curioso", ECAL/Olga Cafiero, 2009
"Days of Threshold", ECAL / Jeremy Ayer, 2012
"Second Life", ECAL/Romain Hügli, 2010
"Séduction", ECAL/Cyril Porchet, 2009
"Mind Games", ECAL/Philippe Fragnière, 2011
"And If We Dance?", ECAL/Nicolas Haeni, 2009
"Ekaterina", ECAL/Romain Mader, 2012
"Triple Corps", ECAL/Emile Barret, 2012
"Promised Land", ECAL/Douglas Mandry, 2013

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