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EXHIBITION · Group exhibition · Paradox

6 June - 16 June

FESTIVAL PASS
©Sarah Arge from the story Kenya’s Future is Female

Group exhibition · Paradox

12 photojournalism students from the Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX) exhibit documentary stories that reflect the theme paradox in Denmark and around the World. Eight of the 12 students are in the 4th semester of their Danish BA-education, while four are international students from Egypt, Sudan, Australia and Turkey, who present their final projects. All the students have produced the stories during their study at DMJX in the spring 2024.

 

The exhibiting students are

Sarah Arge · Signe Lægsgaard Baadsgaard · Nicolai Dybdal · Sefa Eyol (Turkey) · Shrouk Ghonim (Egypt) · Mohammad Jaafer (Sudan) · Nicoline Kjems-Krognos · Kasper Søholt · Miles Lilley · Archie McGill (Australia) · Cecilie Rolvung · August Vinther Thomsen

 

Image by

Sarah Arge from the story Kenya’s Future is Female

 

Statement of principles

All stories are made within the framework of documentary photography – all characters and their stories are real. The reportage photographs have been shot as the photographers experienced the situations, and no moments have been staged. No photographs have been produced using AI, nor have they been digitally manipulated. This means that nothing has been added or removed from the photographs.

 

Photojournalism at DMJX

The photojournalism programme at DMJX is Denmark’s only education that focuses on documentary photography. The students work with different topics and use a wide variety of visual expressions in their storytelling. Common to all projects from the photojournalism programme is that the students use still photography and video to document the world we live in. Visual language is our primary method of influencing and touching the recipients. The photojournalism programme is a 3.5-year professional bachelor’s degree, where 12 students are admitted each year. In addition, we have two international programmes of six months’ duration, where we admit up to ten students from all over the world. The Danish photojournalism programme is internationally recognised as one of the leading in the
world. Read more at photo.dmjx.dk

 

Opening hours

Everyday 11AM – 8PM

Details

Start:
6 June
End:
16 June
Cost:
FESTIVAL PASS
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Website:
photo.dmjx.dk

Organiser

Photo Journalism DMJX
Phone
+45 89 440 440
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Venue

Festival Center
Refshalevej 173c
København, 1432 Danmark
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