THANK YOU!

We sincerely want to thank all of you who joined us at our Exhibition Park and HAL12 at Refshaleøen between June 3-13. It felt so good to be united around photography in a cross-disciplinary experience with our audience, artists, partners, volunteers and staff.

The festival centre is now closed, but Copenhagen Photo Festival is still running until the 30th of June at our CPF Official Partners' venues all over Copenhagen and Southern Sweden!

INFO

LOCATION
June 3-13 - Exhibition Park: Refshalevej 173, 1432 Copenhagen.

SEE EXHIBITIONS

June 3-30 – the CPF Official Partners, around 30 galleries and cultural institutions all over greater Copenhagen.

SEE CPF OFFICIAL EXHIBITION PARTNERS
Photo Credits: Laura Negro / @lauran.photo

2021 programme

This year, the festival focuses on new forms of exhibiting, new ways of using photography, and features work from both established and emerging artists, who get a creative outlet through the festival, where their raw uncut creativity is on full display.
During the 11 days of festival, a lot of activities happened: DJ sets performed by famous local figures during the Apéro, book signings, workshops, talks, yoga classes and much more for both kids and adults alike.

See the full programme here

Diversity

Innovation

Community

Three focal points

Identity. Society. Vision.

The six solo artists at Copenhagen Photo Festival are selected as this year’s headliners of our three focal points: Framing Identity, Framing Society and Framing Vision. They are our way of opening up windows to other worlds and serve the purpose of showcasing photography across genres, by focusing on the individual, society and art.

Out of 642 projects, and thereof 12 shortlisted, the six chosen artists stand as the epitome of each category.

Alastair Philip Wiper From the series Pleasure Points (2019)
Ute Behrend From the series Back to nature (2018-2020)
Ira Lupu From the series On Dreams and Screens (2020)

Nyheder fra CPF

”We want to create a spacious and tactile art experience, where the festival guests feel like they are entering the works”

— Maja Dyrehauge Gregersen, festival director

Photo credits: Laura Negro (@lauran.photo)