C o l l a b P h o t o E x p o



S u s a n  d e  W i t t   (US)

Susan became serious about photography 20 years ago, primarily printing her black-and-white film negatives using Lith chemistry and suitable papers.

By photographing through diffusion materials, Susan achieves what she's searching for in creating her dreams on paper. 

In the past few years, she has extended her artistic style by printing her photographs on watercolor papers, as photogravure prints.  These gravure prints are created using UV sensitive metal plates sandwiched with a transparency film positive, and exposed under an ultraviolet vacuum exposure unit.  Once cured, the plate is inked up and run through an etching press onto the final substrate. 

When editioning prints, there will always be subtle differences in the final outcome, thus making each print unique.

'womenSEEwomen' group show, as part of Miami Photo Fest, Miami, Florida,  2019.

'First Look' - Five photographers, Panopticon Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts,  2019.

'womenSEEwomen' group show, as part of Porto Photo Fest, Porto, Portugal 2018.

'My Muse' - solo exhibit,  Jailhouse Studios, Portland, Oregon 2017.

'Dreams on Paper' - solo exhibit, Le Petit Jacob, Paris, France, 2016.

'To The Edge' - The Danish Museum of Photography, Herning, Denmark, 2016.

'Paper Dreams' - solo exhibit, Sage Gallery, Portland, Oregon, 2016.

'Mirage' - solo exhibit, The Danish Museum of Photography, Herning, Denmark, 2015.

'STARK' - solo exhibit, Gallery Raw Beauty, Arnhem, Netherlands, 2015.

'Velvet Eyes' participation in Huangshan Yixian International Photo Festival, China, 2014.

'Velvet Eyes' participation in Royal Photographic Society International Print Exhibition #157, London, England, 2014.

'Fabrication' - solo exhibition, iWitness Gallery, Portland, Oregon, 2012.

'Some Assembly Required' - Davis Orton Gallery, Hudson, New York, 2011.

'Group Show' at Centro Fotografico Alvarez Bravo, Oaxaca, Mexico, 2011. 

Susan is represented by Joseph & James Photography Gallery in Amsterdam.

R e n é  R o a l f   (DK)

Fotograf og billedkunster - debut 1989

Radiograf - 1988

Master Informatics - 2001

Dommer/censor på udstillinger

Organiserer udstillinger

Konsulent i radiologisk IT for Regionshospitalet

Viborg/Skive samt Region Midt

Antagelser og præmieringer på inden- og udenlandske udstillinger.

Michael Franck Brøsch   (DK)

Gl. Skejby, Aarhus N, Denmark
Autodidakt fotokunstner / 0045 22 64 27 66

Adskillige udstillinger blandt andet:

KUNSTNERNES PÅSKEUDSTILLING: 1992, -93, -95 og 2011, -12


Photographic Moments 2012, Kunsthal Brænderigården Viborg, foto gruppeudstilling.

Mig og mine venner, Tinghuset Ebeltoft 2016
Om tanke, Tinghuset 2017

Til Kanten, Den Censurerede Fotoudstilling, Danmarks Fotomuseum Herning, 2016
Til Kanten, Den Censurerede Fotoudstilling, Kunstpakhuset Ikast, 2018. Støttet af Statens Kunstfond.

Portræt Nu! 2019. Carlsbergfondets Portrætpris, Nationalhistorisk Museum, Frederiksborg Slot.

T a f f i  R o s e n  L a i n g   (CA)

I am a Photographer of people, places and events. Often I shoot personal projects, series that are investigations into designs and subject matter. However I find it's all a part part of the same Alchemy.

Turning base metals into gold or

silver metaphorically speaking. And so that is what I bring to each and every project. ALCHEMY..

Peter Pan Bistro & Gallery -Toronto/Canada

Elevator Gallery, Toronto/Canada

The Photomuseum, Denmark

Gallery 24, Belgium

Romany Kramoris Gallery, Sag Harbour NY

Monika Olko Gallery, Sag Harbour NY

South Street Gallery, Greenport NY

Full bio here

J e s  E l n i f   (DK)

Det store i det små…
At se og opdage….
Enhver kvadratmeter jord, bolig, træ, natur indeholder billedet.
De små er de største, vi overlever ikke uden insekter, efter vand er de afgørende for
al vækst.
Min grafiske uddannelse var forbundet med de bedste fotografer, de bedste
grafikere, kunstnere med indsigt.
Jeg giver mine fotos en provokerende status, at de små er de største er hyldest til

A n d e r s  A                  (DK)

J o h a n  L a r s e n

Anders A. Johan Larsen er en af de få danske fotografer, der mestrer vådpladefotografi – en helt særlig fototeknik, der blev opfundet for mere end 150 år siden, og hvor fotos manifesteres som sølvaftryk på glasplader. Udstillingen præsenterer en serie billeder, hvor fotografen har arbejdet med sølv på glas og "forfald" som tema.

Sølvet starter som prangende og skinnende, men over tid går det til, når det udsættes for lys, luft og andre påvirkninger fra omgivelserne.

Agata Lenczewska-Madsen (PL)

My father taught me to take pictures. As a little girl I spent countless hours in the darkroom tucked away in my parents’ bedroom in an apartment on the 4th floor of a block of flats. I take pictures to prevent der bildverlust – the loss of images. I move in between worlds.

Educated at the Academy of Arts, my photography tends to be inspired by paintings and graphic art. Cinema images inspire my photography as well. I am definitively triggered by an experience that we call coincidence — serendipity — and by the mysterious that is always between; an interstice.

The unusual is only rarely found. My goal and obsession is to evoke a hallucinatory presence to fascinate the viewer, to make him lose contact with the reality that surrounds him and submerge him in another that is more fierce and captivating.
I was born and raised in Lodz, Poland. Educated in The Strzeminski Academy of Art Lodz, Poland and Media College Denmark (Photography).

I was offered a freelance position at the Viborg Stift Folkeblad in 2010, and has continued to work for the local newspaper ever since. At the same time I started to work for other newspapers and magazines around in Denmark.

Since 2014 I have been working as a medical photographer and I find this word fascinating.
I specialize in portraiture, features, sport and the Arts but am interested in all photography that focuses on people, and our shared human experience. I work with writers and musicians.

I have been living in Denmark since 2003.

In 2014 I exhibited MOOONLIGHT project in Viborg Kunsthal.

The project is available in a book form. I exhibit my photography in art centers, photography centers and galleries around the world.

N i c k  U t    (US) 

World known photographer

Exhibitions world wide.

Leica hall of Fame.

Pulitzer Prize Winner

The man behind 'The Napalm Girl'

M i k k e l  H ø r l y c k   (DK)

- is a freelance photojournalist living in Aarhus, Denmark.

His main interests are social issues and different aspects of psychiatry, which he focuses on with long-term projects. He is available for reportage features, portraits and various assignments. 

2019: Danish Picture of the Year, travelling exhibition, Denmark
2018: International Photojournalism Festival Vilnius Photo Circle, group exhibition, Vilnius
2017: PixlArt, group exhibition, Østervrå 
2017: Copenhagen Photo Festival, group exhibition, Copenhagen
2016: Tinghuset, group exhibition, Ebeltoft
2016: Fatamorgana's spring exhibition, Raahuset, Copenhagen
2015: Fatamorgana's winter exhibition, Galleri Krebsen, Copenhagen

Awards and honours
2019: Danish Picture of the Year, Long Term Project, 2nd prize
2018: Vilnius Photo Circle, Homework, 1st prize
2018: Festival of Ethical Photography, World Report Award, Finalist
2017: College Photographer of the Year, Documentary, 3rd prize
2017: Danish Picture of the Year, International Story, 2nd prize

K a t i n k a  K l i n g e    (DK)

A l b r e t c t s e n

Katinka Klinge Albrectsen (b. 1996) graduated from the Danish School of Art Photography, Fatamorgana, in 2016 and is now studying photojournalism at Danish School of Media and Journalism. She has exhibited several times, including "The Sahrawi People is Waiting" during Copenhagen Photo Festival in 2017 and the exhibition "Pieces of Resistance" in 2018, both at Salonen, a Copenhagen-based gallery. Her photographs revolve around people acting in relation to political and social systems and injustices.

G i u l i a  M a n g i o n e   (IT)

I am a documentary photographer based in Oslo exploring identity and belonging in connection to place. I earned an MA in American Literature & Culture from Goldsmiths University of London (UK). Since my studies in Advanced Visual Storytelling at the Danish School of Media and Journalism in Aarhus (DK) in 2014, I have been living and photographing in Denmark, Sweden and Norway to carry on my ongoing documentary photo projects. My first book Halfway Mountain is about Denmark being allegedly called the happiest country in the world. It was published by Journal in 2018 and shortlisted for the Prix du Livre at Les Rencontres d'Arles. In 2017 my work was included in a collective publication published by Skreid and curated by Fotogalleriet in Oslo. My work has been recently shown at the International Center for Photography (ICP) in New York (U.S.A.), Musée de l’Élysée in Lausanne (CH) and Foto-forum (IT).

L e i l a  A n d e r s e n   (DK)

1964 - 67 Fotograf Kehlets Stella Nova, Aalborg og Nørresundby.

1967 - 71 Samme firma. Som filialbestyrer i Hillerød og Viborg.

1967 - 71 Tilføjelser af kurser i relation til mit fag.

1977 Kurser på Ranum Kunstskole ved Finn Thybo Andersen

1980 Kursus hos Mogens Hoff

1981 - 84 Skive Seminarium, Billedkunst, V. Henning Jensen.









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DBF. Danske billedkunstneres fagforening

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