Marseille vue par 100 photographes du monde

Exhibitions / Museum

Marseille vue par 100 photographes du monde

Marseille

18 April - 20 July, 10am - 6pm

Marseille is a cosmopolitan city where many different peoples and cultures meet. For several years, photographers from around the world have visited this Mediterranean city to take part in workshops and exhibitions organised by the Atelier de Visu. Antoine d’Agata, co-founder of the Atelier, has selected images by one hundred of these photographers. These pictures form an original portrait of the city, showing how artists saw and interacted with Marseille. The pictures also show the vitality, diversity and creativity of photography as a medium. This exhibition shows visitors how Marseille welcomes the world.

Free guided tours:

For individuals
- Every Friday and Saturday (except 10 and 11 May) at 3pm and 4pm (duration: 1hr 15 mins)
- For information, please call +33 (0)4 13 31 82 00

For groups
- Monday to Thursday from 13 May to 20 July, except Monday 20 May (duration: 1 to 2 hours, depending on requirements)

18 April - 20 July, 10am - 6pm

Marseille is a cosmopolitan city where many different peoples and cultures meet. For several years, photographers from around the world have visited this Mediterranean city to take part in workshops and exhibitions organised by the Atelier de Visu. Antoine d’Agata, co-founder of the Atelier, has selected images by one hundred of these photographers. These pictures form an original portrait of the city, showing how artists saw and interacted with Marseille. The pictures also show the vitality, diversity and creativity of photography as a medium. This exhibition shows visitors how Marseille welcomes the world.

Free guided tours:

For individuals
- Every Friday and Saturday (except 10 and 11 May) at 3pm and 4pm (duration: 1hr 15 mins)
- For information, please call +33 (0)4 13 31 82 00

For groups
- Monday to Thursday from 13 May to 20 July, except Monday 20 May (duration: 1 to 2 hours, depending on requirements)

Bibliothèque Départementale des Bouches-du-Rhône, in partnership with the Atelier de Visu