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Photobook Week Aarhus
2nd Edition

Photobook Week Aarhus: 2nd Edition

Photobook Week Aarhus: 2nd EditionPhotobook Week Aarhus: 2nd Edition
Various Artists
Aarhus School of Architecture and Galleri Image

Curated by Beate Cegielska, Anne Elisabeth Toft, Moritz Neumüller, Jesper Rasmussen and Claus Peder Pedersen.


Softcover (fold-out pamphlet)
290 x 134 mm
ISBN Not Applicable


This is a pamphlet from the 2015 Photobook Week Aarhus, which took place at the Aarhus School of Architecture on the 8th, 9th and 10th of October 2015. Featured themes included architecture and photography, narrative spaces and the artists’ book.

About the Festival
Since 2014, Galleri Image and the Aarhus School of Architecture have collaborated on organising Photobook Week Aarhus (PWA), a yearly festival focused on the rapidly growing international interest in photobooks in recent years.

PWA reflects a continuous study of the evolution and role of the medium and presents the photobook to the general public and to individuals who work professionally with photobooks and photography, be it from an artistic, communication-related or academic standpoint. User involvement, openness and dialogue are key words when it comes to the form and content of the festival. For this reason, PWA has placed great emphasis on inviting a large number of exhibitors and speakers who can present the photobook in a cross-disciplinary perspective. This has made it possible to exhibit significant but rare photobooks that have been discussed by researchers, photographers, leading curators, architects, representatives of The Danish School of Media and Journalism, and many other qualified contributors from around the world.

About the Publishers
Aarhus School of Architecture offers an academic education centred around three approaches to architecture – An artistic, a scientific, and a practice-based.

Galleri Image is a nonprofit exhibition space for photo-based art. It was founded in 1977 by a group of artists seeking to have the medium of photography recognised as an art form on an equal footing with painting and sculpture.

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