DMJX project becomes a book after ten years

Ten years ago, in 2009, Asbjørn Sand, photographed an “a day in the life of…” assignment during his second term at DMJX. This became the start of a ten years long personal project, which has now been published in the book “Slip”. In the summer holiday between his second and »

DMJX runs a series of workshops in Cairo

DMJX photojournalism has created an educational programme consisting of four different workshops, which will run this autumn and in the spring 2020 in Cairo. In co-operation with Photopia and with financial support from DEDI, the Danish Egyptian Dialogue Initiative, DMJX photojournalism will organize an educational programme for Egyptian photographers. The »

Sina Niemeyer exhibits at Deichtorhallen in Hamburg

Sina Niemeyer‘s project “Für Mich” is part of a group exhibition in Deichtorhallen, which runs from 12th of July until the 3rd of October. “Für Mich” is a personal story where Sina adresses the sexual abuse she experienced as a child. The project was made as her Visual Project at »

Three DMJX-projects at Rencontres d’Arles

Wilma Leskowitsch, Hashem Shakeri and Lukas Kreibig are showing their work at the Rencontres d’Arles Festival, which started the 1st of July. Wilma Leskowitsch is exhibiting her project “Crystals in the Dew” at Fotohaus in Arles. It is the BelleVue Galleri from Basel, which shows two of their previous exhibitions »

Kristina Steiner has won honorable mention at PX3

Kristina Steiner has won honorable mention in the portrait category at PX3 – Prix de la Photographie, Paris for her story “Sanguma – the believe in witchcraft in the highlands of Papua New Guinea”. Kristina Steiner made the project as her final diploma project at DMJX in the fall 2017. »

Sille Veilmark and Sofie Mathiassen received the Ritzau Scanpix Prize

At the graduation ceremony today, Sille Veilmark and Sofie Mathiassen received the Ritzau Scanpix Prize for best Danish photojournalistic BA-project. The two photographers received the prize for their book 1°C, which tells about the various consequences of the global climate changes in Denmark. Three projects were nominated for the prize. »

Mikkel Hørlyck has won second prize at PX3

Mikkel Hørlyck has won silver for his story The Neclegted in the Feature category at PX3 – Prix de la Photographie, Paris. The Neclegted is the story about an orphanage in the city of Orhei in Moldova, which is the residence of some 200 boys and men, who are physically »

Lukas Kreibig has won Flash Forward Award 2019

Lukas Kreibig has won the climate category in The Magenta Foundation‘s Flash Forward Award. Lukas Kreibig has won the prize with his long term project “The Heart of a Seal” about the life in Uummannaq, Greenland, an island town off the country’s western coast. Lukas started the project as his »

DMJX students at festival workshop

9 DMJX students are currently participating in workshops with photographers Sanne de Wilde and Filippo Venturi as a part of the Copenhagen Photo Festival. The 9 participating students are Katinka Klinge Albrectsen, Deepti Asthana, Sophie Voisin, Shirin Abedi, Aleksander Klug, Andreas Haubjerg, Jens Hartmann Schmidt, Maria Albrechtsen Mortensen and Nanna »

Final screening day

Around 40 DMJX students gathered today for our traditional final screening day, where the students from different groups showed their projects to one another. »

DMJX at Matera European Photography

Last week Laura Bisgaard Krogh and Mads Greve were in Matera in Southern Italy. They were invited by Matera European Photography and Canon for a residency where Laura worked on a photographic series about young Italian women and Mads gave a talk about his photographic work. Matera is the European »

DMJX at Copenhagen Photo Festival

Thursday the 6th of June, Copenhagen Photo Festival will begin and more than 20 DMJX students and their projects will be a part of the festival. SOLO EXHIBITIONS: Mathias Svold and Ulrik Hasemann’s Coastland project will be exhibited at Broens Gadekøkken and Kulturtårnet at Knippelsbro. The two photographers will give »

Benjamin Nørskov exhibits EPA Sweden at Värmland’s Museum

Benjamin Nørskov opened his exhibition “EPA Sweden” at Värmland’s Museum in Karlstad Saturday the 1st of June. The exhibition is a part of the opening of the newly renovated museum and more than 3,000 people visited the exhibition and museum on the first day of the opening weekend. »

DMJX at Dok19

Mads Greve, Søren Pagter and some DMJX students participated in the Norwegian Dok Festival in Frederikstad this weekend. »

Tobias Kobborg in Ud & Se

Tobias Kobborg‘s story “No One Could Catch Me” is published over five pages in the May edition of the Danish magazine Ud og Se. Tobias Kobborg’s made the story about the Kenyan runner, Cornelius Kemboi, during his third term documentary workshop in the fall 2018. The story is published in »

Debate about the Danish Picture of the year

The Danish Pressphotographers Association arranged a panel discussion about this year’s Danish Picture of the Year at PixlArt Gallery in Østervrå this Monday afternoon. Fourth term student Katinka Klinge was a part of the panel. Due to the huge debate, which this year’s selection of especially the Picture of the »

Tobias Nicolai has won Kravlingprisen

Tobias Nicolai has won the Kravling award for his BA-project Wolf Land. Saturday the 11th of May, ‘Wolf Land’ was awarded the first prize in the tv- and photo category at this year’s Kravling Awards. It was an unanimous decision from the jury consisting of Thomas Borberg, Jonas Fogh, Angelina Owino, Sisse Strøyer and Harley Hersom. »

Two international exhibitions

Our international Photo I students, Shirin Abedi and Deepti Asthana, are right now exhibiting in respectively Germany and Switzerland. »

Søren Pagter starts series of workshops

The organisation Freelancegruppen has created a series of workshops with the title “Create your own large photo project”. Monday the 13th of May, Søren Pagter kickstarted the workshops for the 14 participants. “Create your own large photo project” is a series of lectures with photographers Mads Nissen, Sara Galbiati and »