- Open now, the show includes photos taken at each edition of the Detroit festival since its launch in 2000.
Movement Detroit's 20-year spanning history is being commemorated in a new photography exhibition.
Curated by Rita Sayegh and Tim Price, 2000/2020: Celebrating 20 Years Of the Electronic Music Festival In Detroit, showcases photography from each year of the long-running festival, beginning with the event's founding at Hart Plaza in 2000 as the Detroit Electronic Music Festival (DEMF). 2000/2020 also features fan photos from the last two decades, which will be displayed alongside contributors' names.
The exhibition is up now at Detroit's Robert and Mary Ann Bury Community Gallery. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year's Movement festival was replaced with a virtual event, Movement At Home, that took place on its usual date over Memorial Day weekend. The festival has already lined up names for their 2021 event, including Carl Craig, DJ Minx and Richie Hawtin.
Find more information about the show via the gallery's offical site here.
Check out our extensive feature looking over the Detroit festival's first decade, Put your hands up: An oral history of Detroit's electronic music festival.
Listen to our RA Exchange podcast with Paxahau, who have been running Movement since 2006.