Transeurope European Photography and Visual Arts Forum
200 x 280 mm
In 2018, and thanks to the support of a Creative Europe program, three European institutions jointly promoted the TransEurope project, which has culminated in the publication of this contemporary photography magazine, which shows the work of 31 young photographers. The Contemporary Foundation (Spain), the Finnish Museum of Photography (Finland) and Euromare (Greece) launched this initiative with the idea of supporting the visual arts and younger photography through workshops, portfolio reviews, professional activities, exhibitions in the three driving countries and, finally, the publication of this magazine to show the 31 final works, which were selected in viewings that were held throughout 2018 and 2019 in fourteen European countries. The result therefore gives a very broad and complete panorama of young contemporary European photography, a faithful sample of the concerns, affiliations and phobias of young artists on the continent.
About the Publisher
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