Women In Motion key dates

Relive Women In Motion highlights since 2015.

July 5, 2022

Following Susan Meiselas (2019), Sabine Weiss (2020) and Liz Johnson Artur (2021), the Women In Motion Award for Photography is awarded to Babette Mangolte, filmmaker, photographer, artist, and author of critical essays on photography.

July 2022

Women In Motion renews its partnership with not-to-be-missed summer photography event, the Rencontres d'Arles. Rich in projects and events, the 2022 edition is the first where more than 50% of the works on display are by women. Through its partnership, the program supports several exhibitions: “Capturing Movement in Space,” by Babette Mangolte, “Cartographies Du Corps,” by Susan Meiselas and Marta Gentilucci, and “Bettina. A Poem of Perpetual Renewal,” by Bettina Grossman. Women In Motion also supports the publication of the book “A World History of Women Photographers” as well as “Anima”, a performance/installation by Noémie Goudal and Maëlle Poesy. Lastly, the Prix de la Photo Madame Figaro Arles, supported by Women In Motion since its creation in 2016, is presented to the young Egyptian photographer, Amina Kadous.

May 22, 2022

In the heights of Cannes as part of the official Women In Motion dinner held in conjunction with the Festival, the eighth Women In Motion Award is presented to American actress and producer, Viola Davis. The Young Talent Award is given to Swedish director Ninja Thyberg.

May 2022

As part of the Festival de Cannes’ 75th edition, Women In Motion hosts a new series of Talks with Viola Davis, Riley Keough, Gina Gammel, Clara Luciani, Mélanie Laurent, Déborah Lukumuena and Emily Yang. The Women In Motion podcast also has two new episodes, featuring actress, film director and artist, Charlotte Lebon, and actress and filmmaker, Luàna Bajrami.

December 2021

At the Art Basel contemporary art fair, Kering, Phaidon and Christie’s celebrate the publication of “WOMAN MADE: Great Women Designers.” The book aims to spotlight creative women of the past, present, and future, while inspiring the next generation of women designers.

October 2021

In partnership with Centre Pompidou x West Bund Museum Project, Women In Motion celebrates contemporary dance by holding the Women In Motion at West Bund festival at the West Bund Museum in Shanghai.