JURY

DR. HANIN HANNOUCH

Dr. Hanin Hannouch (she/her) is Curator for Analog and Digital Media at the Weltmuseum Wien, where she is responsible for the collections of photography, film, and sound. Since November 2022, she has been a member of the advisory board of the European Society for the History of Photography (ESHPh). She is the editor of the first volume on interferential color photography titled “Gabriel Lippmann’s Colour Photography: Science, Media, Museums” (Amsterdam University Press, 2022) and has guest-curated the exhibition “Slow Colour Photography” about it at Preus Museum: National Museum of Photography (Norway). Moreover, she is the guest-editor of the journal PhotoResearcher Nr. 37 “Three-Colour Photography around 1900: Technologies, Expeditions, Empires”. Dr. Hannouch was a Post-Doc, among others, at the Ethnologisches Museum – Berlin State Museums (Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation) and at the Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz / Max-Planck-Institut where she investigated colonial color photography in the 19th and early 20th century. She earned her PhD from IMT Lucca, Scuola Alti Studi (2017) with a dissertation on the history of film and art in the Soviet Union titled “Art History as Janus: Sergei Eisenstein on the Visual Arts,” after completing an international Masters degree in art history and museology (IMKM) at the Ecole du Louvre in Paris and the University of Heidelberg in Germany (2014), as well as another Masters (2012) and a Bachelors focusing on European modern art at the Université Saint-Esprit de Kaslik (Lebanon). She speaks Arabic, French, English, German, Italian fluently and continues to learn Russian. Currently, she is writing her monograph on the history of color photography in Imperial Germany, as well as another book on the history of the photography collection at the Weltmuseum Wien.




MAG.A SABINA SALAMON

curator at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art

Sabina graduated Philosophy and History of Art at the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana. In the nineties, she became a member of The Club of Young Artists of Rijeka which represented Rijeka’s visual art scene. From 2002 till 2005 was appointed the position of acting director of the Mediterranean Sculpture Symposium of Labin (Istria region). Between 2006 – 2010 she ran the program of the City Gallery in Labin. Since 2010 she has been working as a curator at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka and is responsible for the Photography and New Media collections. As a curator, she puts efforts into interdisciplinary approach in art and presentation of the Croatian artists internationally, in collaboration with institutions that share similar goals.




FLORENCE DROUHET

Artistic director of the Photo Festival LaGacilly-Baden (Austria). 

Independent curator specialized in environmental topics.

Florence Drouhet is currently the artistic advisor and associated curator of the Albert-Kahn Museum Festival (Paris), the PHOTOCLIMAT Biennale (Paris), the Photo Festival INPAKT (Basque country, France), and Higashikawa Youth Photo Festival (Japan).

She collaborates with the Gobelins school (Paris), the Jeu de Paume Gallery (Paris), the Orchestre National de Bretagne (Brittany, France)

 

Florence is La Gacilly Festival president, and Baden festival Direktor. 

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FLORENCE DROUHET

Artistic director of the Photo Festival LaGacilly-Baden (Austria). 

Independent curator specialized in environmental topics.

Florence Drouhet is currently the artistic advisor and associated curator of the Albert-Kahn Museum Festival (Paris), the PHOTOCLIMAT Biennale (Paris), the Photo Festival INPAKT (Basque country, France), and Higashikawa Youth Photo Festival (Japan).

She collaborates with the Gobelins school (Paris), the Jeu de Paume Gallery (Paris), the Orchestre National de Bretagne (Brittany, France)

 

Florence is La Gacilly Festival president, and Baden festival Direktor.