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Im Sommer präsentiert Photo Elysée vier neue Ausstellungen, ab 30 June 2023:
Die Pressekonferenz findet am Donnerstag, 29 June um 9:30 Uhr statt.
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Photo Elysée und Parmigiani Fleurier freuen sich, die Identität des Gewinners des Prix Elysée 2023 bekannt zu geben: Die amerikanische Fotografin Debi Cornwall wurde von einer internationalen Expertenjury unter acht nicht nominierten Projekten ausgewählt. Die aktuelle Serie "Model Citizens" wird vom 30. Juni bis 1. Oktober 2023 im Museum zu sehen sein.
Im Frühjahr präsentiert Photo Elysée drei neue Ausstellungen, ab 3. März 2023: Unschärfe. Eine Geschichte der Fotografie, Gabriel Lippmann. Die Fotografie der Farben und Under your smell. ECAL X Jean Paul Gaultier. Die Pressekonferenz findet am Donnerstag, 2. März um 9:30 Uhr statt.
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Nach der Eröffnungsperiode, die am 25. September endete, präsentiert Photo Elysée sein Herbstprogramm mit zwei Ausstellungen, die am Samstag, den 5. November 2022 eröffnet werden: Josef Koudelka. Ikonar. Konstellationen des Archivs und Nach der Nature. Schweizer Fotografie im 19. Jahrhundert, sowie ein Fokus auf die Ukraine im LabElysée, das am 17. November 2022 eröffnet wird.
The eight nominated projects for the fifth edition of the Prix Elysée were revealed Wednesday, July 6, at an event during the Rencontres de la photographie d'Arles. Launched in 2014 with the support of Parmigiani Fleurier, the Prix Elysée offers financial support, curatorial guidance and significant visibility to mid-career artists with a passion for photography and books, so that they can take a decisive step in their careers.
629 days after its closure to prepare its move to Platform 10, Photo Elysée will reopen its doors to the public on Saturday 18 and 19 June 2022 during a festive inaugural weekend. An institution resolutely open to all photography, Photo Elysée offers a boldly redesigned museum.
The new building that is now home to Photo Elysée and mudac is inaugurating its exhibition spaces in June 2022, enabling them to deploy their museum activities and move on to a new stage in their development. Together with the MCBA, they present an exhibition theme in common devoted to the imagery inspired by railroads and train stations. Plateforme 10 is now a cultural hub that cannot be overlooked, making the City of Lausanne definitively the capital of culture for French-speaking Switzerland.
A curator, art and photography historian, Nathalie Herschdorfer is appointed Director of Photo Elysée by the Plateforme 10 Foundation. She will take on the position starting June 1, 2022, after being the Director of the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Le Locle, Switzerland since 2014. She is very well acquainted with our institution as she worked for the museum for over ten years as curator and exhibition director (from 1998 to 2010).
Her in depth knowledge of photography and her experience in museum management as well as her national and international cultural network convinced the selection jury which reviewed over 50 applications and auditioned five high level candidates from Switzerland and abroad. Her strategic thinking, as well as her ideas for the further development of our museum in close cooperation with the teams of Plateforme 10 and the two other museums particularly convinced the jury.
Exceptional donation from a private collection of 100 vintage photographs of the private world of Pablo Picasso taken between 1956 and 1973 by David Douglas Duncan, the famous American war photographer, as well as two portraits of Pablo Picasso and David Douglas Duncan by Gjon Mili, plus a print by Judy Caravaglia.
The Prix Elysée is an international award for photographic production that encourages photographers or mid-career artists to develop an original project on a theme of their choice.
Applications are open from January 17 to March 14, 2022.
Information on www.prixelysee.ch
Tatyana Franck, currently director of Photo Elysée has just been called to a prestigious position in the United States. She has therefore announced her resignation for the beginning of 2022 to take on new responsibilities at the head of the French Institute Alliance Française, a large multidisciplinary non-profit organization.
After more than 5 years of work, the new building of the Elysée and mudac museums, designed by Aires Mateus, is now complete. This is a decisive step in an extraordinary political and cultural project and the end of a uniquely ambitious architectural undertaking in our region. During the handover ceremony and the subsequent festivities from November 4 to 7, 2021, the public and the authorities will be able to discover the premises for the first time and symbolically take possession of the place before the official opening scheduled for 2022.
Based on the museum's collections, Ferenc Berko: Fascination with the Ordinary presents 38 photographs from the artist's seven-decade career. Berko's work spans much of the 20th century. From his early documentary photographs of interwar Europe and his almost surreal images of everyday life to his later experimentation with color photography, the influence of modernity on his body of work is exemplary.
Closely linked to our move to Plateforme 10, our new identity puts photography first. Through a semantic and graphic play, Photo Elysée invites you to see – to see differently, to see further. Created by Gavillet & Cie with the Swiss typographer François Rappo, Photo Elysée aims to be bold and international.
The year 2020 was punctuated by several acquisitions directly related to the desire to support contemporary creation, one of Photo Elysée's key missions. The new acquisition policy, the museum's purchases as well as donations and support are also detailed in the dossier.
Chosen by an international jury of experts among eight selected projects, his identity is revealed on June 22, 2021. Kurt Tong’s work revolves around exploring his Chinese roots by using photography as a narrative tool. "This project brings together the great history with fundamental subjects, such as immigration, wars, expatriation, but also a love story that touches each and every one of us" underlines Tatyana Franck, Director of Photo Elysée, Lausanne.