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Hyun-Jin Kwak “The Island – A Case Study of a Collectors Mind”
The discovery of an old house in the city of …
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Fotografi-i-fokus is still going strong and has lots of great exhibitions to offer in Helsingborg, Malmø, Lund, Landskrona, Sjöbo and Tomelilla.
For more information about the exhibitions go here.
Torbjørn Rødland - American Photography
Gallery Nils Stærk presents Norwegian born and LA-based photographer Torbjørn Rødland with the exhibition American Photography.
Consisting of 10 photographs the exhibition altogether evokes an interesting combination …
Now you can vote for Politiken´s best photo of the year.
Go to http://politiken.dk/kultur/aaretsbedste/ECE1851970/stem-hvad-er-aarets-politiken-foto/ and see all the great photographs.
This December and January at The Workers´ Museum in Copenhagen, photographer Mike Kollöffel is exhibiting his photographs of the Huaorani-indians from the Amazones in Ecuador.
Kollöffel´s photographic practice comprises photojournalism as well as independent projects and …
Ideally Indian, Types and Stereotypes in Indian Portrait Photography - KONTORprojects
Presenting three contemporary Indian photographers, Bharat Sikka, Nandini Valli Muthiahs and Pushpamala N, the exhibition “Ideally Indian” revolves around three central themes; humor, staging and performance.…
10 AM – 1 PM and 2 PM – 5 PM
Workshop: iPhone photography – Creativity at …
Photos: Martin Bubandt (main), Jacob Ehrbahn, Tage Christensen, Erik Refner, Tine Harden, Per Kjærbye, Keld Navntoft and Stine Larsen. Graphics: Søren Maarbjerg
Danish press photographers and photojournalists have throughout the years received considerable recognition worldwide for their unique style. …
Denmark’s first multicultural street photo exhibition are now being published as a book.
The windows of the stores on Nørrebrogade were transformed into the longest photo gallery in Denmark, when the residents of Nørrebro exhibited their own pictures of the daily life in one of the most exposed neighborhoods in Copenhagen, during Copenhagen Photo Festival 2011.
The photographers Joachim Ladefoged and Jacob Holdt and gallery owner Martin Asbæk selected the pictures for the exhibition, which now in the shape of a book appear as an authentic and multicultural portrait of this diverse part of town.