• Dee Lister

'Impressions' featuring in the Your Body Belongs to You exhibition

29th March 2022

I'm delighted to share with you work that will feature in the Your Body Belongs to You exhibition running April-September at Festival P'il Ours in France.

I don't often share self-portraits, but this approach resonated when exploring ideas. The series is titled 'Impressions'.

My partner and I are excited about going to France to see my images, especially since this is the first time my work's featured in a physical exhibition!

It's a privilege to have my work featured alongside nearly 100 non-binary and female photographers. Thank you to Karen Harvey (Shutter Hub Creative Director) and Marisol Mendez (Shutter Hub member and photographer for MADRE) for curating this fantastic exhibition. Here's more details from the Shutter Hub website:

Showcasing almost 100 photographers, and over 200 images, YOUR BODY BELONGS TO YOU brings together women and non-binary photographers from around the world in a selected exhibition and promotes the future of photography through diverse and creative imagery. The outdoor exhibition site is in the centre of St Gilles Croix de Vie, an area that attracts thousands of visitors day and night throughout the seasons, making the exhibition accessible to all.
This will be the fourth year Shutter Hub has showcased photography in St Gilles Croix de Vie, starting back in 2018 when we created ‘Because We Can!’ (because we could), a group exhibition showcasing almost 70 women photographers from around the world. In 2019 we created the main exhibition for Festival Pil’Ours 4th Edition, ‘Time to Think’, showcasing 145 women photographers from across 15 countries. In 2020, due to travel restrictions, ‘Time to Think’ had an encore and was revisited by thousands of people in the area.
Now, in 2022, we’re returning with this new exhibition, Your Body Belongs to You, co-curated by Karen Harvey (Shutter Hub Creative Director) and Marisol Mendez (Shutter Hub member and photographer of MADRE), and hosted by Joséphine Leroux at Les Alizes.
The exhibition runs for six months from 18 April – 18 September 2022.

Thanks for reading and if you are in France and happen to pop by please do get in touch. I'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences of the exhibition.


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