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© Victor Rival Garcia

EVANGELIA KRANIOTI - Small basin, boulevard de la mer, facing the Olympic swimming pool.
Elle offers unexpected portraits and unusual staging, echoing his world, sometimes baroque, often mysterious.

TODD ​​HIDO - Le Point de Vue, boulevard de la mer
Filled with northern lights in winter, he sublimated landscapes and young women, always on the trail of memories and primitive images.

PHILIPPE CHANCEL - Promenade Lucien Barrière
Struggling with a sort of “special issue” of his Data Zone work, Philippe Chancel is conducting an investigation beyond appearances.

LORENZO CASTORE - Grand bassin, boulevard de la mer, facing the municipal tennis court
In a new chapter of his portrait of "the human condition", Lorenzo Castore recounts the daily life and hopes of a young couple in love. 

MATHIAS DEPARDON - Pier, Yacht dock
His work in Deauville: to draw a portrait of youth in Deauville, between the end of confinement and the beginnings of de-confinement.

THE RIVERBOOM - Promenade des Planches
Funny and iconoclastic observers of society, this collective of three photographers returns this year with a surprise spot: “Big kisses from the Côte Fleurie”.

Nikos Aliagas - Square François André and Hall of the Hotel Barrière Le Normandy
Il invested Deauville like a whirlwind, with its enthusiasm, its curiosity and its photographic work turned towards the others.
Photo of the first 2020 residence by Victor Rival Garcia

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© Amélie Samson


Clara Chichin, Nadine Jestin, Manon Rénier and Hugo Weber are the young talents selected by the jury chaired by Sarah Moon in order to benefit from a creation residency lasting several weeks in Deauville. In the running for the Tremplin Jeunes Talents Planches Contact 2020 Prize, they offer their perspective on this territory they are discovering; their work is the subject of an exhibition presented at Point de Vue.

Boulevard de la mer at the corner of rue Tristan Bernard.


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Martin Parr, Magnum Photos


In this year of Brexit, Planches Contact is winking at England by dedicating its large exhibition on the beach to Martin Parr and its iconic images of New Brighton and the British coast in the 80s and 90s.

On the beach at Deauville.


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© photo4food


A new installation takes place on the beach: four photographers, Charlotte Bovy, Thomas Dhellemmes, Letizia Le Fur and Anais Tondeur, exhibit their Deauville thanks to the young Photo4food Foundation, a new partner of the festival, committed to photography and the fight against poverty. 

Face at Point of view.


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© Naïade Plante


During the night of October 24 to 25, an extra hour is offered to each of us on the occasion of the transition to winter time. The Deauville Contact Planches Festival is offering a photo competition open to all, in partnership with Longines, to capture this imaginary hour. The competition takes place at Villa Le Cercle. The photos are exhibited from October 26 at Point de vue. 

Boulevard de la mer, at the corner of rue Tristan Bernard.

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