The JEUNE exhibition showcases eight photographers looking at youth with a unique point of view, questioning their outlines, representations and nature.
Nicolas Cabos is tracking the evolution of Sony, a young French athlete, already a champion, a child still.
Joseph Charoy pictures a fun fair which takes place each summer in the small Belgian town of Huy.
Martine Dawson questions the idea of youth, showing that it relates more to feelings and sensations rather than to a specific age. She's exploring the passing time through the body, a nonlinear time.
Rebekka Deubner exhibits a collection of images produced within her daily practice, focussing on the young body as an un/conscious object of desire.
Bérangère Fromont illustrates the nocturnal whereabouts of a group of teenagers - between ghosts and playgrounds, in a Latvian village during the summer in 2015.
Pauline Hisbacq evokes the heartache and the rebirth of desire.
Melchior Tersen takes pictures of his room, a temple full of objects from the 90s he gathered during his childhood.
Last but not least, Camille Vivier unveils side by side her nudes, questioning through her representation of the model, incarnations of an ideal youth, our beauty standards.
Here, youth is successively fragile, explosive, frivolous, embodied or symbolic, always expressive.
The images directs at our senses and memories, fueling emotions, leading to questions left unanswered. The exhibition puts the nature of documentary photography into perspective, suggesting various paths into reality, guided by sensitive, critical and distinctive voices alike, playing with imagination and symbolics.
An exhibition conceived and proposed at the initiative of Rebekka Deubner and Pauline Hisbacq.
With the support of Picto Foundation