Get an overview of all the press related to Copenhagen Photo Festival in 2019. The press from before, during and after the festival in a national and international context has been gathered in two documents.
The first document is created by Have Kommunikation and is focused on the danish press from before the festival. You can find the document HERE.
The second document is created by Copenhagen Photo Festival and is focused on the press during and after the festival in both the danish and international press which you can find HERE.
With the prolonging of the ban on public gatherings in Denmark, Copenhagen Photo Festival has decided to cancel this year’s festival, scheduled to take place from June 4th to 14th. With the
campaign #cpfcelebratingphotography, the audience can continue to experience art photography of the highest calibre on the festival’s digital platforms, as well as highlights from the programme to be exhibited in and around Copenhagen’s urban spaces in June. Read more: Copenhagen Photo Festival returns in 2021
Photos may only be used editorially in reference to Copenhagen Photo Festival and the photographer has to be credited
Deadline for press accreditation in 2020 is May 31. Application received after this date cannot be met. Please send your application to: email@example.com.
Your application must include name of the media, name of the applicant as well as e-mail and phone number of the applicant.
Copenhagen Photo Festival reserves the right to check all information. Accreditations are not sent to private addresses. If you are a freelance journalist / photographer, you must document which media and editor you have a prior agreement with.
”Copenhagen Photo Festival underlines from its very first year, just how relevant the unbending photo art can be. And thus also why the festival should be an annual event on the Danish art scene.”
Matthias Hvass Borello, kunsten.nu. 2010.
“The experience of attending the Copenhagen Photo Festival was very productive. I saw great art exhibitions, met interesting artists and heard world-class scholarly lectures at the symposium. One of the best festivals I have attended.”
Karen Irvine, Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Museum of Contemporary Photography at Columbia College Chicago. 2017.
“The festival celebrates photography throughout the city with a program that takes the interaction of contemporary art, everyday photography and urban space to a higher level.”
Camera Obscura Online Photography Magazine, 2011