Exhibition “Marc Riboud, Un regard sur le monde” at Fondation Carzou, Manosque
Open all summer, the exhibition “Marc Riboud, Un regard sur le monde” will show series of photographs from Europe, Orient, Algeria and Alaska.
Open from Monday to Saturday 10-12:30am and 2-6pm
(Closed on bank holiday) Free entrance
The exhibition is organized by the festival les Nuits photographiques de Pierrevert.
For more information (in French): the festival’s website
“Marc Riboud, A Wanderer’s choice” at Galerija Fotografija, Ljubljana
Simultaneously to the retrospective “Marc Riboud. Conscious Traveller. Concerned Photographer.” at Galerija Jakopic, the Galerija Fotografija presents an exhibition of forty photographs, famous and less famous, by Marc Riboud.
Opening on May 29th at 6:30pm.
For more information: Galerija Fotografija’s website
“Marc Riboud. Conscious Traveller. Concerned Photographer.” at the Jakopic Gallery, Ljubljana
The Museums and galleries of Ljubljana present a large retrospective by Marc Riboud at the Jakopic Gallery. Gathering more than 200 vintage and modern prints, the exhibition focuses in particular on his journeys in Yugoslavia in 1953, in Prague with Anna Farova in the 70s and early 80s and on his photographs of China and West Africa.
For more information: the Jakopic Gallery’s website
“Cuba”, an exhibition at Musée de l’Hospice Comtesse, Lille
Discover Marc Riboud’s photographs taken in Cuba in 1963, and his interview with Fidel Castro at the moment of John F. Kennedy’s assassination, as part of the festival OLA CUBA organized by Lille 3000.
at Musée de l’Hospice Comtesse,
32 rue de la Monnaie, 59800 Lille
For more information on the location (in French): website of Lille city
For more information on OLA CUBA: website of Lille 3000
Group exhibition “Protest! Resistance posters” in Zürich
Globalization, women’s rights, Trump: the poster has established itself as an effective medium for political struggle. 50 years after 1968, the onset of a worldwide rebellion, the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich presents around 300 international protest posters, accompanied by protest songs, videos, and images from virtual space, the exhibition showcases the work of socially engaged designers and illuminates various strategies of protest.
At the center of the exhibition view are three photographs of May 68 by Marc Riboud.
For more information : visit the museum’s website
“Une guerre sans nom – 1954-1962 Algérie” at the International Center of photojournalism, Perpignan
The International Center of photojournalism in Perpignan presents an exhibition of photographs on the war in Algeria, by Pierre Boulat, Raymond Depardon, Jacques Horst and Marc Riboud.
Address: Couvent des Minimes – Rue François Rabelais – 66000 Perpignan.
Free entrance, from Tuesday to Sunday, 11am-5:30pm.
More information on the CIP’s website (in French).
“Hommage à Marc Riboud” at the Museum of Photography of Mougins
The Museum of Photography André Villers gives a tribute to Marc Riboud, exhibiting a serie of prints, lended by the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris.
Free entrance, everyday, 10-12:30am and 2-6pm.
For more information (in French): city of Mougin’s website
“It’s great to be young”, James Barnor and Marc Riboud at Galerie Clémentine de la Feronnière, Paris
Galerie Clémentine de la Feronnière presents an exhibition of black & white and colour photographs of James Barnor, accompanied by a selection of photographs by Marc Riboud.
Adress: 51 rue Saint-Louis-en-l’île, 75004 Paris.
Free entrance, from Tuesday to Saturday, 11am-7pm.
More information on the gallery’s website.
Group exhibition “Magnum Manifesto” in Rome
Celebrate Magnum Photos’ 70th birthday with the exhibition “Magnum Manifesto” in Rome.
For more information: www.arapacis.it/en/
Exhibition “May ’68: When Paris erupted in Protest” at The French Cultural Center, Boston
Discover an ensemble of photographs by Marc Riboud on May 68 events in Paris.
Opening on February 1st.
Hours: Monday: 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Tuesday – Thursday: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Address: 53 Marlborough St, Boston, MA 02116
More information on the website of the French Cultural Center.