Fotografisk Center (DK)
Connectedness – kinship(s) and circularity (Partner, seminar Re-describing territories)
Fotografisk Center is a Kunsthall focusing on Nordic contemporary photography and other camera-based media. The space was founded as an association in 1996 by the City of Copenhagen and European Capitol of Culture ’96 with the purpose of “promoting art photography in Denmark”. Together with art photography and visual art, the kunsthall also show other genres such as documentary and portrait photography.
Fotografisk Center produces approx. five exhibitions a year with both Danish and international photography as well as related practices such as film and video art. The exhibitions alternate between solo presentations and thematic group exhibitions. Annually, the exhibition series is: ‘Young Danish Photography’.
Today, Fotografisk Center resides in Kødbyen, located in Vesterbro in Copenhagen.