Catch the biggest summer photography festival, Rencontres d’Arles from July 4th–September 18th. The festival has a lot of very interesting exhibitions as well as events, discussions, and screenings to name a few.
Founded by photographer Lucien Clergue and his friends, the historian Jean-Maurice Rouquette, and the writer Michel Tournier in 1970, Rencontres d’Arles is a summer photography festival that takes place between July and September in Arles, a town in Provence, Southern France. The location of the exhibitions take place in several places around town. Gathering thousands of visitors.
Last year’s Recontres d’Arles gathered about 75,000 people. From art lovers, to artists, students, spectators, and tourists.
One of the features this year is Republic, which is a series of exhibitions dedicated to Mexican photography. Some of which present a retrospective showcase of vintage photographs from the 1910 Mexican Revolution.
So be sure not to miss this summer’s biggest photography festival. You can get more information about the event from the Rencontres d’Arles website.