While on commission in Copenhagen, Marco Kesseler, Peter Holliday and Laura Stevens each kept a journal recording their experiences and observations.
“The sense of not knowing where I am, where I will go and what I will find is exciting and the fear starts fading”
A new body of work by Peter Holliday explores the human ideals and aspirations latent within Copenhagen’s peripheral spaces
The Carlsberg Fault zone is a concealed tectonic formation that runs across the city of Copenhagen. A stranger to the city, Marco Kesseler used the line as a narrative to discover and photograph the everyday idiosyncrasies that give the capital its charm
Born in Denmark in 1976, Jacob Aue Sobol studied at the Fatamorgana Danish School of…
In our third annual edition focusing on photography education, BJP visits schools around the world to discover what it takes to “see photographically”. From one of the oldest photography schools in the UK, to pioneering institutions in Germany and Denmark, tutors stress the need to appreciate the mechanics of a photograph – light, shape, space and perspective. “Our bodies learn to adapt to the camera that is shaping our experience,” explains Thomas Sandberg, photographer and co-founder of the Ostkreuz School for Photography in Berlin.