Image 3.0: Exhibition of works from the National Photographic Commission

The ‘Image 3.0’ exhibition gathers together never-before-seen works of 17 winners of the eponymous 2020 National Photographic Commission, launched by the CNAP national fine arts centre in partnership with the Jeu de Paume national gallery.

Through these projects, a dialogue developed between traditional photographic techniques and new technologies. The exhibition explores various questions linked to photographic images and their interactions with viewers, from cybernetics to artificial intelligence, from facial recognition to the neurosciences.

The corpus of ‘IMAGE 3.0’ works has been carefully selected to allow for its travelling exhibition. This photographic ensemble of diverse and flexible dimensions was first presented at Le Cellier in Reims from 20 May to 4 September 2022, before travelling on to Paris Photo in November 2022 and to the Serendipity Arts Festival in Goa (India) from 15 to 23 December 2022.

With works by:

Donatien Aubert, La cybernétique, le vivant et la ville, 2021
Mustapha Azeroual, aRZa, 2021
Nelson Bourrec Carter, CATHEDRAL, 2022
BRODBECK & DE BARBUAT, Les Mille vies d’Isis, 2019 – 2021
Gregory Chatonsky, Complétion, 2020 - 2021
Raphaël Dallaporta, Indice de Volatilité, 2020
Philippe Durand, Gour de Tazenat, 2020 - 2021
Justine Emard, Neurosynchronnia, 2021
Noémie Goudal,  Study on Immersion I, 2021
Nicolas Gourault, Turba, 2021
Clarisse Hahn, Les Blessures Des Hommes, 2022
Manon Lanjouere, Mémoire d’un Futur, l’empreinte de l’homme, 2020-2021
Elsa Leydier, Les Images amazones, 2022
Anna Malagrida, Les passants, Paris mars 2020 – Février 2021, 2021
Hanako Murakami, EXPOSURE – le regard qui brûle, 2020-2021
SMITH, Désidératio, 2021

Updated: November 30 2022