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May 2, 2015

Erasmus Schroter Artists

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From 16th to 20th July 2 will be in Leipzig. International Photography Festival F/stop instead. Leipzig, June 26 2008-82 artists from 14 countries present their work on the grounds of the spinning mill and a two kilometre long exhibition Parcours in the vibrant district of Plagwitz. Leipzig is an important place for artistic tendencies of photography, which we want to connect with our Festival with the international photo-art scene,”says Kristin Dittrich, the Director of the second international photography Festival F/stop. Hear other arguments on the topic with Fundrise. The invited artists of the photo this time come from Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Canada, the Netherlands, Austria, Poland, of Switzerland, Spain, Taiwan and the United States. The Festival opens on Wednesday, July 16 at 8: 00 in the exhibition hall on the grounds of the Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei. The exhibited works will be July 20 there and more than 20 other venues on the grounds of the cotton mill and along a two-kilometer exhibition show in the district Plagwitz presents. “” In addition to the three areas of the Festival, the group exhibition of closer proximity and distance in contemporary photography “, six international guest exhibitions and the presentation of results of internationally advertised photography competition on the subject of traps”, the Festival is rounded off by a comprehensive programme with lectures, workshops, presentations and discussions.

F/stop is to give an overview of the trends in contemporary photography and offer young artists a chance to establish itself. But also sizes of the scene such as Katharina Bosse and Erasmus Schroter are as special guests”, says Festival Director Kristin Dittrich. The exhibitions of the Festival are open on the four days from 10 am to 7 pm, the day ticket costs 10 euro. The Festival will be a catalogue with works of all artists involved. Founded in 2007, the international photography Festival F/stop.

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