Today on Sunday the 14th of June, this year's Copenhagen Photo Festival closes after ten days of exhibitions, talks and artist walks. I've been very happy to be a part of two of the exhibitions that are curated by the festival itself, The Censored Exhibition and Picture the Music.
I can highly recommend spending your Sunday exploring the many amazing and inspiring works by a large variety of artists from all over the world.
My own work can be found at 'Halmlageret' where the Censored Exhibition is located and at 'Matrix' as a part of Picture the Music that later will tour the country and visit (among others) Smukfest in Skanderborg. Both exhibitions can be found at Photo City (Carlsberg City).
When you're out there you shouldn't miss "Inuit.now" at Øksnehallen, a collaboration between the two photojournalists Dennis Lehmann and Lasse Bak Mejlvang focusing on life and culture in Greenland and "Lige Nu", an exhibition where five photographers have interpreted five themes that were central in connection with the amendment of the Constitutional Act in 1915, and still are. An important and relevant exhibition with themes such as migrants that have become the main focus in the debate leading up to the election next week. In my opinion, make sure to swing by before you vote.