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Newsletter Date: 18-09-2013
Noorderlicht International Photofestival
TWENTY

XXth edition - Noorderlicht celebrates contemporary photography


Since 1990 Noorderlicht has sought to enhance the Dutch and international photography community with outspoken and much discussed photo festivals. There were editions which aroused admiration and amazement, others that sparked off fierce discussion and reflection. By choosing powerful social themes, and also by turning its gaze on photography from less familiar regions, over the past two decades Noorderlicht has developed a unique and recognizable voice.

This year, for the twentieth time, we bring both the great names in photography and exciting new talent from home and abroad. It is however for the first time that we present not one but six exhibitions - at a whole new venue.

From now through 13 October, 2013
At the Old Sugar Factory
Groningen, The Netherlands

Read all about it at noorderlicht.com

top: © Xiaoxiao Xu (for The Sequel)

The Sweet and Sour Story of Sugar


An international open source project on globalization, told from the perspective of one household product. After a world tour in Indonesia, Suriname and Brazil the exhibition comes home.

Alejandro Chaskielberg, James Whitlow Delano, Ed Kashi, Carl De Keyzer, Tomasz Tomaszewski, Francesco Zizola

The Book
With pride we also present the big and sweeping photo book of the project. Order it for €44,50 or get it for €39,50 at the festival. (Hardcover, 28x28cm, 260 pages, English)

For all the latest news, article links and background information: join the Sugar Facebook group!

Or read and see all about The Sweet and Sour Story of Sugar at noorderlicht.com

© Tomasz Tomaszewski / Spread from the book, photos © Alejandro Chaskielberg

The Sequel


Seven Dutch photographers were given the chance to revisit a dear subject in greater depth in a commision series supported by the Mondriaan Fund.

Ad van Denderen, Pieter ten Hoopen, Christian Kryl, Kadir van Lohuizen, Andrea Stultiens, Lidwien van de Ven, Xiaoxiao Xu

The Sequel at Photoville
Brooklyn Bridge Park, NYC

The Sequel is also on show at Photoville as of today. Noorderlicht joins this festive photo destination for the second time, and we suggest you do too! It is on from now to September 29th, and it's free!

All about The Sequel at noorderlicht.com

© Ad van Denderen / © Lidwien van de Ven

To Have and Have Not


The world of the richest 1% – anyone who seeks a better understanding of the economic crisis should look at the culture in which it is rooted.

Mari Bastashevski, Nina Berman, Mathieu Bernard-Reymond, Carole Condé & Karl Beveridge, Hin Chua, Wiktor Dabkowski, Federico Estol, Lauren Greenfield, Zoe Hatziyannaki, kennardphillipps, Christian Lutz, Mark Peterson, Louis Porter, Francisco Reina, Anna Skladmann, Will Steacy, Jan Stradtmann, David Straight, Paolo Woods & Gabriele Galimberti, Devin Yalkin, Luca Zanier

All about To Have and Have Not at noorderlicht.com

© Anna Skladmann / © Will Steacy

NOMAD – Noorderlicht presents SIPF


Asian photography of global stature from the Singapore International Photography Festival. As a prelude to an international co-production for 2014, Noorderlicht introduces SIPF by showing 100 photographic works by 18 photographers from the last 3 editions of SIPF. The exhibition does not seek to define Asian photography, but hopefully cast some lights on the underlying complexity in the development of contemporary photography in this part of the world.

Shen Chao-Liang, Eiffel Chong, John Clang, Kim Hak, Norihisa Hosaka, Hyuk Jun Yi, Nge Lay, Oliva Marty, Alecia Neo, Hirohito Nomoto, Lee Puay Yang Sean, Miti Ruangkritya, Ang Song Nian, Willis Turner Henry, Shen Wei, Cheng Chang Wu, Zhang Xiao, Zakaria Zainal

More at noorderlicht.com

© Zhang Ziao / © Shen Chao-Liang

20|20


To celebrate the twentieth edition, Noorderlicht invited twenty international photography institutions for a presentation of developments in contemporary photography worldwide. A party with friends.

DRIK (Bangladesh) - Sarker Protick | Delhi Photo Festival (India) - Sudharak Olwe | European Photography (Italy) - Paola de Pietri | FORMAT (England) - Holly Lynton | Fotodepartament (Russia) - Julia Borissova | Fotofestiwal (Poland) - Karolina Jonderko | Fotomuseum Winterthur (Switzerland) - Sabrina Biro | FotoTriennale.dk (Denmark) - Morten Barker | IRIS (Russia) - Alexey Kuzmichev | LagosPhoto (Nigeria) - Olayinka Sangotoye | LeBal (France) - Sylvain Couzinet-Jacques | Mois de la Photo (Canada) Patrick Dionne & Miki Gingras | Photographic Social Vision (Spain) - Arnau Bach | Pressefotografenes (Norway) - Helge Skovin | Reminders Photography Stronghold (Japan) - Nozomi Lijima | Rencontres de Bamako (Mali) - Nii Obadai | Reportage (Australia) - Raphaella Rosella | SIPF (Singapore) - Tristan Cai | Sirius Art Center (Ireland) - Jean Curran | United Photo Industries (USA) - Samuel James

More at noorderlicht.com

© Jean Curran / © Sudharak Olwe

Dutch Photographer Laureate


Work in progress on the celebration of birthdays in the Netherlands by the Dutch Photographer Laureate – an initiative of the ‘Fotoweek’.  

Ilvy Njiokiktjien

More at noorderlicht.com

© Ilvy Njiokiktjien

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