FOTOBIENNALEN 2018 has ended – thank you very much to all who attended.
FOTOBIENNALEN is the new Danish biennial for photography and lens based media.
Fotobiennalen launched its second edition in late August 2018 with three exhibition openings and an international symposium on “The Post-photographic Image”
Welcome to FOTOBIENNALEN 2018
Initiated in 2016 by Brandts – Museum of Art and Visual Culture (Odense), Fotografisk Center (Copenhagen) and Galleri Image (Aarhus), FOTOBIENNALEN is a national event that embraces the professional photo community in the three biggest cities in Denmark and engages the photo-audience in the entire country.
The theme for FOTOBIENNALEN 2018 is The Post-photographic Image and launched in late August with three exhibition openings and an international symposium presenting some of the worlds’ most prominent researchers and artist, who all work with photography and new media. This year, FOTOBIENNALEN also includes international portfolio reviews – and for the first time they will be available online.
Three Exhibitions in Three Cities
+ International Symposium
+ Portfolio Reviews Online
An International Symposium will be hosted by FOTOBIENNALEN in Copenhagen on August 31.
In the month of September FOTOBIENNALEN 2018 is proud to present online portfolio reviews for the first time ever in collaboration with our partner
New Tactics – Moving in a Soft Field
The exhibition is curated by Danish artist & art writer Kirstine Autzen.
Read more about the exhibition on Galleri Image’s homepage.
Photography to end all photography
The exhibition is curated by the Danish artist Jesper Rasmussen and Anna Krogh.
Read more about the exhibition on Brandt’s homepage.
The exhibition is curated by the Director of Fotografisk Center, Kristine Kern.
Read more about the exhibition on Fotografisk Center’s homepage.
The Post-photographic Image
Read more about the Symposium 2018 here.
HOW TO GET HERE & THERE
FOTOBIENNALEN’s venues are found across Denmark, but being a small country the distances are short.
It is fairly easy to move between the three cities.
By car, you can drive from Aarhus to Odense or Odense to Copenhagen in less than two hours.
See your route in Google Maps*
By train, each leg of the journey is a bit faster.
Find your journey through Rejseplanen*
By bus: there are several service providers to choose from.
We suggest using FlixBus*
FOTOBIENNALEN 2018 is collaborating with
Portfolio Dialogue, University of Copenhagen – Department of Arts & Culture,
DGI-byen, Genau & Alexis Mark
FOTOBIENNALEN was founded in 2016 by three of the leading institutions for photography and lens based art in Denmark
Wednesday, August 29 – Aarhus
Thursday, August 30 – Odense
Friday, August 31 – Copenhagen
Friday, August 31 – Copenhagen
PORTFOLIO REVIEWS ONLINE
September 1 – September 30
Events in Danish
Thursday, October 4 – Copenhagen
Wednesday, October 24 – Aarhus
The Fotobiennalen exhibition have their last opening day on the following dates:
Sunday, October 21 – Copenhagen
Sunday, October 28 – Aarhus
Sunday, December 30 – Odense