COPENHAGEN PHOTO FESTIVAL 2020 SHORTLIST ANNOUNCEMENT
After a long and difficult selection process, in which we have received more applications than ever before, the final shortlist has been decided!
396 submissions received from 50 countries have been cut down to the final 19 photographers and visual artists who represent 16 nationalities. The chosen photographers and visual artists who appear on the shortlist have all captured the program committee’s attention through work that explores the festival’s three program columns respectively; Framing Identity, Framing Society and Framing vision. The final chosen artists will contribute to the festival centre through solo exhibitions, that capture and visualize the vision of the festival.
Copenhagen Photo Festival presents hidden talents by introducing the Danish as well as the international art scene, with artists who deserve acknowledgment for their originality and aesthetics.
Through our Instagram @copenhagenphotofestival it will be possible to get better acquainted with the shortlisted artists before the festival. Here, we will frequently introduce the shortlist through glances at their work.
Jaakko Kahilaniemi (Finland) – 100 Hectares of Understanding.
Kyrre Lien (Norway) – The Internet Warriors
Malte Uchtmann (Germany) – ARRIVING:
Isabella Convertino (US) – to shoot the sun
Daniel Seiffert (Germany) – RAUFASER
Patricia Borges (Brazil) – Sutures – series
Hannamari Shakya (Finland) – He Called Me a Sparrow
Mitchell Moreno (UK) – BODY COPY
Meinrad Schade (Switzerland) – Unresolved
Sharbendu De (India) – IMAGINED HOMELAND
Ikuru Kuwajima (Japan) – I, Oblomov
Roman Korovin (Latvia) – My Family Photo Album
Marcus Gustafsson (Sweden) – Vibrant Days
Alex Fitch (US) – ’’somewhere beyond the eyelids of frightened eyes’’
Ilvy Njiokiktjien (Netherlands) – BORN FREE – Mandela’s Generation of Hope
Victoria Crayhon (US) – It Says We’re Not Real and Other Thoughts on Romance from the Road
Chirag Jindal (New Zealand) – Into The Underworld (Nga Mahi Rarowhenua)
Tianqiutao Chen (China) – Aspirations of Migrant Children
Dafna Tal (Israel) – You’re gorgeous, you’re mad