the dignity of movement of the iceberg

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as a response to high and fast consumption of photography online,  I am serving slow food for our eyes.

yasmina reggad

yasmina reggad is an independent photography curator based in the uk. she is the director and founder of photo-festivals.
she recently spent 3 month in barcelona as visiting curator at foto colectaniaand co-curated with francis hodgson the exhibitions ofthe wpo london photo festival 2011.
she is an active promoter of the photo collective and photo festivals cultures. she has curated the exhibitions of two editions of the collectives encounter at  format international photography festival: ‘time’ (2009) and ‘the flâneur. the dwelling place of the collective‘ (03/2011).  She has been commissioned ‘travelog by paraty em foco international photo festival (brazil, 2010). she also co-curated ‘from here’, an interim show for the brighton fringe festival (2009).
she is a regular speaker at the national photography symposium in the UK and has been portfolio reviewer at format festival, FestFotoPoA (porto alegre, brazil), paraty em foco international photo festival (paraty, brazil), casa tomada residency art space (são paulo, brazil) and photomonth (london, uk).
she collaborated with the 2nd latin american forum of photography of são paulo with an interview of alec soth.
she co-founded the photo forum beirut, a bimonthly event with zico house (lebanon, 2010) in which she is still actively involved.
yasmina reggad has received bursaries and support from international curators forum, tate, sharjah art foundation, arts council england and the european union.
before becoming a curator, reggad worked for almost 10 years in the publishing industry and public institutions in france, mexico, canada, spain and the uk.
she graduated from la sorbonne where she read european medieval history.
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