Anne Immelé


Photographer, curator, teacher

Président of the jury 2022

Photographer with a PhD in art, Anne Immelé is an exhibition curator, based on theoretical research undertaken since her Master's degree in Visual Arts at Laval University in Quebec, Canada. She has developed a reflection on the spatialization of photography and on the medium of the exhibition itself. Her curatorial research follows a PhD thesis in Arts, defended in 2007 at the University of Strasbourg, published under the title "Constellations photographiques" by Médiapop éditions. Her research on the issues of contemporary photography is also reflected in the publication of articles in the journal Art Press.
In 2013, together with Jean-Yves Guénier, she founded the BPM-Biennale de la photographie de Mulhouse, of which she is the artistic director and curator of certain exhibitions, such as L'autre & le même (2016), L'étreinte du tourbillon (2018) "Ce noir tout autour qui parait nous cerner" (2020) at the Musée des Beaux-arts de Mulhouse, Zones (2018), based on the film Stalker by Andreï Tarkovski at the Fabrikculture d'Hégenheim.  
Anne Immelé teaches at the HEAR, Haute École des Arts du Rhin.

Eric Cez
© Christian Kirk-Jensen



After studying art history, Éric Cez began his career in the contemporary art world (galleries, institutions, exhibition organisation, etc.) before collaborating for many years with the publisher Marval. In 2008, he founded the publishing house Loco with Anne Zweibaum. 
Loco is setting up a catalogue of works dedicated to contemporary photography as well as more transversal works, between art, photography and social sciences. The catalogue now includes nearly 150 titles.

Jennifer Niederhauser Schlup


Artist photographer, art director, teacher 

Jennifer Niederhauser Schlup (born 1981 in Lausanne CH) is a photographer, art director, teacher, co-founder and publisher of Adventice Editions. Trained in both analogue and digital processes, her work aims to find a subtle balance between the material and the virtual, between the physical link and traces constitutive of traditional notions of photography and the possibilities of computer generated imagery. 

Jennifer Niederhauser Schlup obtained a Master's degree in Art Direction, Photography from the University of Art and Design Lausanne - ECAL (2012). She also holds a BFA in photography from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design - MassArt (2004). Her work has been presented in various exhibitions, festivals and publications, both nationally and internationally: Le Boutographies, FOAM Talent, Photoforum Pasquart, Musée de l'Elysée, Festival Voies Off Arles, British Journal of Photography, Musée Ariana, Kunst(zeug)haus Rapperswil, Aperture Foundation, etc.

Christian Maccotta


Art director

Artistic director of the Boutographies since 2007, he is a photographer himself and a graduate of the ENSP Arles. He has a master's degree in photography and has been writing for many photographers for the past ten years. He also lectures at the University of Montpellier III.