At the Rencontres d’Arles, photography awakens our imagination

Alongside the major themes of the 2022 edition, several exhibitions invite visitors to question the meaning of images and let their imagination run wild.

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Lhe 2022 edition of the Rencontres d’Arles offers, as always, a large number of exhibitions throughout the city with, this year, particular attention to women photographers, gender issues and climate change (see our MAD supplement of July 20 ).

Alongside these major themes, the rest of the programming offers the best and the most disappointing with some choices that are hard to understand. Several places are thus devoted to attempts to create new images using artificial intelligence, but apart from the very amusing diversions of Joan Fontcuberta and Pilar Rosado, merging the faces of anonymous people in full orgasm with those of speeches of oliticians, we remain largely unsatisfied with hybrid creations requiring (very) long speeches to try to convince us of their interest.

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