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CFF - Centrum för fotografi

Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden

Centre for Photography (CFF) is a member and professional interest organization for photographers and photography. The organization is supported by the Swedish Arts Council and the City of Stockholm. CFF also pursues various collaborations, both nationally and internationally, with different players in the field of photography.



This year CFF presents an exhibition and a Network project – Nordic Photographic Network (NPN). The mission of the project is to increase collaborations and networks across the field of contemporary photographic art within the Nordic countries. The network thus aims to generate a deeper and mutual knowledge of the different artistic practices, both within the Nordic countries and in a broader international context. During 2012 the project has organized network meetings in Oulu, Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Århus.



The exhibition shows one artist from each of the countries participating in the Nordic Photographic Network: Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. 
The exhibition loosely takes up themes of nature and our relationship to it, ultimately ending up as an intervention that can also be extended to our urban surroundings.



Participating artists:

Denmark: Michelle Eistrup (born 1969, lives in Copenhagen) shows the video "Wild as the Wind" (2011, 8 min).

Norway: Jon Benjamin Tallerås (born 1984, lives in Oslo) shows works from the photographic series "Etyder".

Finland: Susanna Majuri (born 1978, lives in Helsinki) shows works from the series Imaginary Homeland.
Sweden: Oscar Furbacken (born 1980, lives in Stockholm) shows the video "Close studies I-VII" (2012, 5.50 min), which is part of the project "Expedition Beyond the Visual".



The project is a co-operation between:
Gunilla Muhr, director Centrum för Fotografi, Stockholm, 
Stephanie von Spreter, Director, Fotogalleriet, Oslo and Kjersti Solberg Monsen, Director Association of Free Photographers (FFF), Oslo

Beate Cegielska, Director, Galleri Image, Århus

Alla Räisänen, Director, Northern Photographic Centre, Oulu, (coordinator)

Centre for Photography (CFF) is a member and professional interest organization for photographers and photography. The organization is supported by the Swedish Arts Council and the City of Stockholm. CFF also pursues various collaborations, both nationally and internationally, with different players in the field of photography.



This year CFF presents an exhibition and a Network project – Nordic Photographic Network (NPN). The mission of the project is to increase collaborations and networks across the field of contemporary photographic art within the Nordic countries. The network thus aims to generate a deeper and mutual knowledge of the different artistic practices, both within the Nordic countries and in a broader international context. During 2012 the project has organized network meetings in Oulu, Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Århus.



The exhibition shows one artist from each of the countries participating in the Nordic Photographic Network: Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. 
The exhibition loosely takes up themes of nature and our relationship to it, ultimately ending up as an intervention that can also be extended to our urban surroundings.



Participating artists:

Denmark: Michelle Eistrup (born 1969, lives in Copenhagen) shows the video "Wild as the Wind" (2011, 8 min).

Norway: Jon Benjamin Tallerås (born 1984, lives in Oslo) shows works from the photographic series "Etyder".

Finland: Susanna Majuri (born 1978, lives in Helsinki) shows works from the series Imaginary Homeland.
Sweden: Oscar Furbacken (born 1980, lives in Stockholm) shows the video "Close studies I-VII" (2012, 5.50 min), which is part of the project "Expedition Beyond the Visual".



The project is a co-operation between:
Gunilla Muhr, director Centrum för Fotografi, Stockholm, 
Stephanie von Spreter, Director, Fotogalleriet, Oslo and Kjersti Solberg Monsen, Director Association of Free Photographers (FFF), Oslo

Beate Cegielska, Director, Galleri Image, Århus

Alla Räisänen, Director, Northern Photographic Centre, Oulu, (coordinator)

“Wild as the Wind”, video, 8 min, 2012, Photographer: Michelle Eistrup, DK. Music and Sound: Anders Juhl, DK
“Close studies I-VII”, video, 5,50, 2012, Photographer: Oscar Furbacken, SE
“Magic” from the series Imaginary Homeland, Photography, 2012, Photographer: Susanna Majuri, FI
From the series “Etyder”, Photography, 2012, Photographer: Jon Benjamin Tallerås, NO