For the sixth year, the Circulation(s) festival is the only one focusing on Young European Photography by exhibiting a photographic dialogue about Europe. Aiming at scouting and developing talents coming from the young European photographic scene, the festival, organized by Fetart, (a non-profit organization created in 2005), also wishes to connect and federate with partners promoting the same ambition: helping the young photographers to step into the professional market and exhibit an innovative contemporary artistic production.

The festival programming is staged with the Jury’s selection – made after an international call for submission, the selection from an invited school and one from an invited gallery as well as the selection promoted by this year’s godmother, agnès b.

Along with a significant exhibition hosting the work of 51 photographers, educational activities (guided tour by the artists, screenings…) and workshops (portfolio readings, presentation of some of the best European schools of photography) will be organized for the public at large and young photographers.

Enjoy – Marion Hislen – Festival’s director


Aquellos Que Esperan, Ceux qui attendent / Those Who Wait, Spain

Carlos Alba, The Observation of Trifles, Spain

David Bart, Abjure, France

Jasper Bastian, A Road Not Taken, Germany

Aglaé Bory, Les mers intérieures, France

Mélissa Boucher & Marine de la Loge, Sonnette, France

Jacques-Aurélien Brun, Maxime Guyon, Jean-Vincent Simonet (ECAL)

Skeuomorphic, Switzerland

Hellena Burchard, Bonhomie, France

Nacho Caravia, Mamá, Spain

Alejandra Carles-Tolra, The Bears, Spain

Yoann Cimier, Nomad’s Land, France

Mark Duffy, Vote No. 1, Ireland

Anna Filipova, Arctic Coal, Bulgaria

Teresa Giannico, Rogoredo, Italy

Olmo González Moriana, Supernova, Spain

Emma Grosbois, Those Who Watch Us, Italy / France

Pepe Guinea, Hogar, Spain

David Hornillos, Mediodía, Spain

Esther Hovers, False Positives, Netherlands

Tom Janssen, Parade, Netherlands

Alexander Krack, The Treatment, Germany

Laurent Kronental, Souvenir d’un Futur, France

Brice Krummenacker, La vie ordinaire de Robert l’Extraterrestre, France

Magda Kuca, Grandmothers, Poland

Romain Leblanc, Ma vie est plus belle que la vôtre, France

Alexandra Lethbridge, The Meteorite Hunter, United Kingdom

Julien Lombardi, L’inachevé, France

Lilly Lulay, Mindscapes, Germany

Gabriela Lupu, Histoire de la photographie, Romania / France

Shane Lynam, Fifty High Seasons, Ireland

Pàtric Marín, YOZ. Natural History, Spain

Alejandro Marote, A, Spain

Aisling McCoy, The Radiant City, Ireland

Emilia Moisio, Vieraalla maalla (In a Foreign Place), Finland

Bernardita Morello, Edén, Spain

Sami Parkkinen, Father and Son, Finland

Miren Pastor, Bidean, Spain

Vilma Pimenoff, 21st Century Still Life, France / Finland

Yasena Popova, Urban Insects, Bulgaria

Marion Poussier, Corps de ballet, France

Prazlab Linzer, Torten Diagramm, Bulgaria

Benjamin Renoux, Tondo, United Kingdom / France

Mathieu Roquigny, Diary, France

Stefanie Zofia Schulz, Toleration / Duldung, Germany

Camille Sonally, Miami / Languedoc-Roussillon, France

Tom Stayte, #selfie, United Kingdom

Katerina Tsakiri, Family Affair, Greece

Céline Villegas Balnearios, Plus Ultra, France / Chile

Marta Zgierska, Post, Poland

Exhibition venue

Palazzo Casotti
via Toschi, 1/b
42121 Reggio Emilia



inaugural days
May 6 › 7am-11pm
May 7 and 8 › 10am-11pm
from May 9 to July 10
Monday/Saturday: 8,30 am - 1 pm
and 2,30 pm - 6 pm

Sunday: 9 am - noon

Palazzo Casotti