Eastreet is one of the biggest initiatives promoting photography from (broadly defined) Eastern Europe. Over 30.000 photos were submitted to the all editions by the authors from around the world. The fourth edition of Eastreet will have its premiere on 20th October in Lublin, Poland. Once more we would like to have a closer look at human presence within the public spaces of Eastern Europe, through the photos documenting the unique moments, ideas or symbols. We want to visually describe that complex region, present its current state and unique qualities, but also look at Eastern Europe beyond stereotypes, borders and differences.
Close to 11.000 photos were submitted to this 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 publication. Exhibition opening and book launch will take place on 20th October 2017 at the Centre for the Meeting of Cultures in Lublin, Poland.
The idea of Eastreet is constantly evolving. We would like it to be not only an art event, but also a platform for communication, education and inspiration for the photographers working in the region. This is why the forthcoming edition will be accompanied by a series of educational events – photography workshops, portfolio reviews and film screenings.
The exhibition will be traveling after the initial show comes to an end. We’ve presented the previous exhibitions at the Organ Vida Festival in Croatia, Kolga Festival in Georgia, Odessa/Batumi Photo Days, also in France, Belgium, and as a slideshow at the Angkor Photo Festival in Cambodia, in Thailand and other locations. So far approximately 20.000 people have visited Eastreet in total. We want to reach as wide audience as possible to promote the photography and photographers from Eastern Europe and present their work to galleries, curators, festivals and other institutions.
Eastreet 4 selected photographers:
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.
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Photo editing: Joanna Kinowska
Book layout: Tomasz Kulbowski, Idalia Smyczyńska
Texts: Joanna Kinowska, Tomasz Kulbowski
Publisher: The Centre for the Meeting of Cultures
Specs: approx. 22x15cm, total of 128 pages with fold-outs, hardcover (canvas and paper), hot stamped, with bookmark, printed on uncoated 170g paper
ISBN 978-83-65028-21-1, published in Lublin 2017