About epea

The European Photo Exhibition Award - epea for short - aims to create a free space where socially relevant topics concerning Europe are developed and discussed by talented young European photographers. … More

The photographers

Arianna Arcara (Italy), Pierfrancesco Celada (Italy), Marthe Aune Eriksen (Norway), Jakob Ganslmeier (Germany), Margarida Gouveia (Portugal), Marie Hald (Denmark), Dominic Hawgood (United Kingdom), Robin Hinsch (Germany), Ildikó Péter (Hungary), Eivind H. Natvig (Norway), Marie Sommer (France) and Christina Werner (Austria).

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Exhibitions

May 20th – August 28th 2016:
Paris, Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian – Délégation en France

October 15th – December 15th 2016:
Lucca, Palazzo delle Esposizioni (Exhibition Center), Fondazione Banca del Monte di Lucca

March 3rd – May 1st 2017:
Hamburg, Haus der Photographie der Deichtorhallen

September 21st – October 29th 2017:
Oslo, Nobel Peace Center

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Jan Brykczynski (EPEA02) is part of the projet reGeneration3 now on show at #Mus...Read more

Jan Brykczynski (EPEA02) is part of the projet reGeneration3 now on show at #MuseoAmparo in Mexico (31.10.2015 - 30.03.2016). The project reGeneration is dedicated to the emerging photographic scene, launched by the Musée de l'Élysée - Lausanne in 2005. It brings together 50 artist with 25 different nationalities, representing some 40 art institutions. This third edition (reGeneration3) was first shown in 2015 in Musée de l'Elysée and then will go to FORMAT International Photography Festival in Derby, UK, from 26.03 to 12.06.2016. http://www.elysee.ch/…/expositio…/expositions/regeneration3/ http://museoamparo.com/…/exposiciones-actual…/regeneration3/ http://www.formatfestival.com/ Photo : Museo Amparo...

Meet the photographers of EPEA03 Eivind H. Natvig (b. 1978) holds a degree in p...Read more

Meet the photographers of EPEA03 Eivind H. Natvig (b. 1978) holds a degree in photography from Oslo University College. After extensive work in South Asia, he moved to the Lofoten archipelago in 2012 to focus on long-term projects at home. Natvig has received numerous grants to support his work from the Fritt Ord Foundation, Arts Council Norway and others. His work has been exhibited at institutions as Trondheim Art Museum, Perspektivet Museum, Oslo Museum and has also been shown at festivals and venues worldwide. To learn more about Eivind, see www.epeaphoto.org Photo : Paulo Marchetti - Marketplace Media Services...