Press materials

The 2022 edition of Copenhagen Photo Festival takes place 2.-12. June. You can find related press releases below. You are of course welcome to reach out to us, if you have questions or need material from us.

When using images, please credit the photographers or artists - mentioning the title of their photo series.

2022 Festival Posters

Framing Identity: Hien Hoang, Still from performance video „Made in Rice“, 2021, performing artist: Soon-Hwoa Jeong.
Framing Vision: Krista Svalbonas, Lubeck 1, laser cut pigment print, 2020
Framing Society: Alexandra Rose Howland, Leave and Let Us Go, 2021

Press Releases

19 maj 2022

“Visit Odesa Photo Days in Copenhagen This June”

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12 maj 2022

“Copenhagen Photo Festival indgår samarbejde med ukrainsk fotofestival”

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4 april 2022

“Kvindelige kunstere i centrum på Nordens største fotofestival”

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6 april 2022

“Female Artists Take Center Stage at The Nordic Region’s Largest Photo Festival”

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Press accreditation

Deadline for press accreditation in 2022 is June 1. Application received after this date cannot be met. Please send your application to:

press@copenhagenphotofestival.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.

Press Contact

Helene Obel

2877 7927
helene@have.dk

Christine Almlund

3137 7223
press@copenhagenphotofestival.com

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

Copenhagen Photo Festival is the largest photo festival in the Nordic region.
Copenhagen Photo Festival returns on June 2-12, with exhibitions spread all over galleries, museums and art institutions in Copenhagen and southern Sweden. Copenhagen Photo Festival will be brimming with creativity, experimentation and exhibitions. At our festival centre carefully selected artists turn a 10,000 m2 wasteland into an innovative exhibition park filled with the best of photography and lens-based art. The exhibition park connects the art experience with artist talks, social events and open-air music.

In June, it is all about photography seen through our three main focal points: Framing Identity, Framing Society and Framing Vision. These focal points capture the individual, society and art via exhibitions, workshops, talks and more.

THE EXHIBITION PROGRAMME

Between talented emerging photographers and international established artists, Copenhagen Photo Festival's exhibitions are reunited around three focal points: Framing Identity, Framing Society, and Framing Vision. As an innovative platform for photography and lens-based art, the festival embraces documentary and fine-art photography.

Copenhagen Photo Festival exhibitions:
- The Solo Artists Exhibition: three well-know artists exhibited on the festival exhibition park on Refshaleøen
- Futures Nordic Talents: 5 talents from the Nordic region exhibited on the exhibition park, in exclusive architecture students' installations
- The CPF Official Exhibition Partners: educational institutions, museums, galleries, presenting artworks all over Copenhagen and southern Sweden

The Solo Artists

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 more than 350 projects, and thereof 12 shortlisted, the three chosen artists stand as the epitome of each category.

The artists headlining this year's festival are:
Hien Hoang, Alexandra Rose Howland and Krista Svalbonas

2022 Festival Posters

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Futures Nordic Talents

We are delighted to announce that FUTURES Photography Platform has been selected by the European Commission as a beneficiary of the Creative Europe Programme 2022-2024. FUTURES has strengthened its position as the European Photography Platform with a programme devoted to the development, promotion and empowering of young European talents alongside synergies and collaborations among its members and partners. In the coming years, FUTURES will launch and promote a plurality of activities aimed at driving innovation, inclusivity and sustainability.

It is with great pleasure that we welcome this news and encourage cultural collaboration across Europe.

We will provide you with further details in the coming weeks. Our FUTURES NORDIC TALENTS finalists are: Iben Gad, Inuuteq Storch, Luna Scales, Oscar Scott Carl and Tine Bek.

The CPF Official Exhibition Partners

The CPF Official Exhibition Partners Programme is for institutions, photographers and visual artists who have their own space available for exhibiting.

In 2022, our Exhibition Park will be located at Refshaleøen, while the broader Official Programme will span most of Copenhagen and Southern Sweden. Our Official Programme Partners further enrich the festival by presenting the many facets of photography to both connoisseurs and the general public.

What people say

”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 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

“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.