Copenhagen Photo Festival 2018

CPF Presents Jessica Backhaus

Jessica Backhaus (Germany, 1970) investigates the human existence and its roots. Through an investigation of how to re-create these roots, Backhaus “visits” places from her childhood and youth and seeks to [...]

CPF Presents Sara Vighi

Sara Vighis (Italien, 1969) project Handbook of a Town investigates, how geographical as well as political spaces are connected to her own life. Vighi believes that a real and common life has to be [...]

CPF Presents Nils Stelte

Nils Stelte (Germany, 1989) uses his background in social sciences, as his work explores abstractly political and societal beliefs and changes questioning it’s influence on the individual. Stelte’s [...]

CPF Presents Dana Balajovsky

Dana Balajovsky (Argentina, 1990) is on this year’s festival presenting her project What it is to be somebody. Balajovsky is interested in the human being and its relation to the world, and the exhibition [...]