Jury 2024

Paul di Felice


Curator - Critic - Consultant

President of the jury

He holds a doctorate in literature and taught modern and contemporary art history and art education at the University of Luxembourg.

Since the 1970s, he has pursued his artistic activities as an artist, art critic and curator of international exhibitions of contemporary photography.

He is a member of the art critics' association AICA Luxembourg and chairman of the European Month of Photography network.

Since 1984, he has been co-publisher and co-director of Café Crème édition & médiation and a founding member of the editorial board of the magazine lacritique.org.

Initiator and curator since 2003 of the Arendt Art corporate collection, he is also a member of the board of directors of the IACCCA, International Association of Corporate Collection of Contemporary Art.

Since 2006, he has been co-director of the European Month of Photography in Luxembourg and vice-president of Lët'zArles, organiser of the LUPA Luxembourg Photography Award.

He is president of the association Art as experience and president of Oculus Foto Festival Venice.

Elsa Beaumont



Elsa Beaumont is a photographer who graduated from the ENSP in Arles in 2005 and from the Ecole Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Montpellier in 2002. Elsa Beaumont won the Maison Blanche prize at the Photo Marseille festival and was a finalist for the Freelens and La Scam Mentor prize in Paris, the QPN prize in Nantes and the Focale prize with jury distinction in Nyon. His photographic work has been exhibited and screened at a number of festivals, including Itinéraires des photographes voyageurs in Bordeaux, Boutographies in Montpellier, Nuits Photographiques de Pierrevert, 9ph in Lyon, Les Photographiques in Le Mans, Emoi Photographique in Angoulême, Fotolimo in Cerbère and Présence(s) Photographie in Montélimar.

Jörg Brockmann


Photographer and gallery owner

Jörg Brockmann has been running a gallery dedicated to photography in Carouge, Switzerland, since 2010. He has taken part in a number of fairs, including Unseen, Photo London and, for the first time this year, Paris Photo in the Curiosa sector.
Most of the photographers he exhibits are emerging photographers whom he meets at portfolio readings, festivals, fairs or exhibitions. 

Alongside his work at the gallery, he works as a freelance photographer for institutional clients, and teaches part-time at an art school in Geneva.

Christian Maccotta


Art director of Boutographies

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.