Geoffroy Pithon and Benoît Bonnemaison-Fitte, “Fripitons”, June-July 2019
Simon Roussin, “Été Indien”, October-November 2017
“Etienne Robial, Collectionneur”, February-March 2019
Nathalie Du Pasquier, “Construction”, September-October 2015
Paul Cox, “Aire de jeu”, June-August 2015
Karine Rougier, “Autour de Nous”, March-May 2019
Yto Barrada, “La Courte échelle (ou l’échelle des voleurs)”, July 2013
Patrick Lindsay, “Lumigraphe”, February-March 2019
Charles Fréger, “Fabula”, March-April 2014
Group show “Lueurs du Nord”, figure above: Jockum Nordström, November-December 2014
For a long time nomadic, Fotokino opened in 2011 its own space: the Studio Fotokino.
Located in the heart of Marseilles city centre, the Studio offers an experimental and collaborative platform for both artists and publics through an exhibitions, workshops and lectures program. A space open to all, children and adults alike, that reflects Fotokino’s commitment since its creation to raise awareness among the youngest members of the community.
Open to the visitors from Wednesday to Sunday from 2pm to 6.30pm, we also welcome groups in the morning for mediations and workshops in accompaniment of the exhibitions.
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