The Photoreporter festival in Saint-Brieuc is an opportunity to discover unpublished reports from all corners of the world. This international festival aims to showcase the world in all its diversity.
The Internet of Things (IoT) emerged in the 2000s and is one of the most promising avenues for innovation in the coming decades. It allows everyday objects to become smarter, simplifying the user's life. We invite you to discover how 5G and the Internet of Things will combine in the future to revolutionize our environment.
The Month of Photography, launched in 1980, immediately became a success with the press and the public. This major artistic event offers exhibitions, screenings, meetings, and debates every two years. It has helped make Paris one of the great capitals of photography.
The audio cassette was a real revolution in the early 1960s, before falling into oblivion with the advent of the recordable CD. The cassette tape, which facilitated the circulation of music production by allowing home audio recording from vinyl records or other cassettes, was a great success. Disappeared in the late 1980s, it is now making a comeback at record stores.
Since their creation in 2008, the Nuits Photographiques de Pierrevert have become the summer rendezvous for photography enthusiasts in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. Sponsored by renowned names in the field, this photo festival offers three days and three nights of exhibitions and image screenings.
The city of Vichy is organizing a summer event around photography. The Portraits festival, entirely dedicated to this photographic genre, offers a beautiful collection of free exhibitions. Enough to awaken the curiosity and reflection of the public.
Attention to all contemporary photo lovers: the Nuits Photographiques invites you to beautiful summer evenings, outdoors and in the heart of Paris! This festival dedicated to photographic film offers you the chance to discover photographic projects and author's visions on a giant screen.
The Blois Photographic Walks aim to surprise the public and make them discover new and unseen images. Renowned photographers rub shoulders with unknown foreign photographers in France and undiscovered talents.
The town of Lectoure, in the Gers region, hosts every year a major photographic event combining exhibitions and artistic events. The photographic summer of Lectoure is a must-attend event for all art lovers.
The Peuples & Nature Photo Festival in La Gacilly aims to showcase the work of renowned photographers related to nature and humans. This photo festival, organized every summer, has the particularity of offering outdoor exhibitions.