Eastreet 4 exhibition opening and book launch will take place on 20th October 2017 at the Centre for the Meeting of Cultures in Lublin, Poland. Opening weekend will be accompanied by a photography workshop, portfolio review, presentations and curators talk. Exhibition will be open until 3rd December 2017 (free admission).
10:00-17:00 – Workshop “Photojournalism/Documentary: Know-how” part 1
19:00 – Exhibition grand opening & book launch
20:00 – After Party (live act by DJ Ya-Neck / World beat, Balkan beat)
10:00-18:00 – Workshop “Photojournalism/Documentary: Know-how” part 3
19:00 – “Velvet Terrorists” – film screening
19:00 – “Untitled” –film screening
19:00 – “Manufactured Landscapes” –film screening
19:00 – “21 x New York” –film screening
Exhibition and all other events are FREE. Participants lists for the workshop and portfolio review are now closed. Free tickets for the film screenings will be available for collection from 20 October at the Centre for the Meeting of Cultures in Lublin.
Location and opening hours
Exhibition and all accompanying events are taking place at the Centre for the Meeting of Cultures, Plac Teatralny 1, 20-029 Lublin – map. Exhibition open Tuesday – Sunday, 12:00 – 18:00, until 3rd December 2017. Admission free.
Eastreet is an ongoing project dedicated to the photography from Eastern Europe. Close to 11.000 photos were submitted to the new edition. The curators team selected 100 photos, taken in 20 countries, by the authors from around the World. Selected photos will be presented in a form of a gallery and outdoor exhibitions, as well as included in a special book publication.
Basia Abramowicz, Semyon Aleschenko, Ana Alexandrescu, Andre Alves, Penelope Ambert, Bianca Benisch, Oliwia Beszczyńska, Nik Brezginov, Tetyana Bunyak, Taras Bychko, Beatriz Calafell, Yulia Chervinska, Ewa Chodzicka, Magda Chodownik, Maciej Dakowicz, Nikolay Dutkin, Garry Efimov, Dmitry Ermakov, Baltazar Fajto, Andrey Gontarev, Anna B. Gregorczyk, Daniel Gnap, Wojciech Grzędziński, Clarisse Guichard, Dan Gutu, Diane Hion, Ihor Hora, Jamie Howard, Julie Hrudova, Alejandro Ilukewitsch, Dariusz Jasak, Pawel Jędrusik, Zisis Kardianos, Alexander Kazantsev, Ivan Kleymenov, Ania Klosek, Nikos Konidaris, Łukasz Kotecki, Vaggelis Kousioras, Marcin Lewandowski, Andrew Loochnikov, Jacek Łagowski, Dariusz Madziński, Karol Malec, Tymon Markowski, Gregory Michenaud, Marcin Mirosławski, Dmitry Muzalev, Alex Naanou, Boris Nemeth, Konstancja Nowina Konopka, Paul Osipoff, Gabriela Popa, Maciej Rerek, Eleni Rimantonaki, Thomas Schell, Andrey Semenov, Anna Serkova, Leonid Shadevsky, Ilya Shtutsa, Vasilis Spagouros, Stavros Stamatiou, Ruth Stoltenberg, Elena Subach, Simona Supino, Adrian Svec, Jacek Szust, Karol Szymkowiak, Hajdu Tamas, Nikita Teryoshin, John Trifonopoulos, Darya Trofimova, Jakub Wysocki, Lukas Vasilikos, Roman Yarovitcyn, Eugene Yefremov, Jegor Zaika, Artem Zhitenev, Peter Zéglis.
Film screenings organised with a support of the Lublin City, during the year of the 700th anniversary of Lublin
Subsidised by the National Centre for Culture under the programme Kultura – Interwencje 2017