Circulation(s) outdid itself last year with their move to the always-inspiring Centquatre in Paris' 19th arrondissement.
The open spaces, natural light and creative scene, with dancers and circus artists practicing throughout the space, gave the show a particularly vibrant edge.
Circulation(s), if it's your first time hearing of it, is a forum for the introduction of photographers from across Europe.
In 2014, photographers took us on journeys to unique places and introduced us to individuals which they visually narrated, with gravity or humour, and sometimes both.
We "visited" the biggest polluted city in the world, in Sibera, yet in Elena Chernyshova's vision it was strangely beautiful.
Drawing on her family's stories, Ulrika Schmitz took us to a village in Russia, to which Germans were deported after the WWII.
We laughed with Marina Poliakova and her works on the Bridegrooms of the Ukraine, not to mention the hilarious compositions of German photographer Christiane Seiffert.
We joined with occupiers of a forest in Germany with Marc Wendelski to save it from destruction.
And Katherine Longly of Belgium took us to mock-European subdivisions in China that could easily be mistaken for streetscapes in their own countries.
We're excited to see what Circulation(s) has in store for us in 2015.
Join a group visit
Saturday March 8, 2015, 4-6 pm, FREE