Tatiana Lecomte, B&B

EMoP Arendt Award 2015: Shortlist announced

The “European Month of Photography” network is proud to announce the shortlist of the “EUROPEAN MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY ARENDT AWARD”. This award is granted every second year to one visual artist who is part of the common exhibitions that the network is curating throughout Europe. The “EUROPEAN MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY ARENDT AWARD” is sponsored by Arendt & Medernach, the leading independent business law firm in Luxembourg with offices in Dubai, Hong Kong, London, Moscow and New York.F...

2014 Budapest openings

In November 2014, the Hungarian Month of Photography 2014 festival opened for the tenth time in order to direct the audience’s attention to photography, especially to contemporary photographs by the means of several interesting exhibitions and programs. That year the festival also participated in the activity related to the European Photo Months. Budapest is a member of the  “European Month of Photography network since 2012 ”.

30 years of European Photography

European Photography Anniversary issue

Café-Crème is proud to announce a special issue on European Photography published at the occasion of its thirty years of existence with articles of its past collaborators and past and present curators of the European Month of Photography Network and/or curators of exhibitions it helped organize. The publication deals with photography in major European countries from the Eighties till today.

“Memory Lab” catalogue published

Happy to announce the delivery of the catalogue accompanying our common exhibition “Memory Lab. Photography Challenges History”! Available already now in Berlin at Gropius Bau and soon in another museum near you! 44 artists, 200 pages and brilliantly illustrated; texts by renowned university researchers or curators.

Vienna opening at Musa October 27th 2014

Eyes On opening at the MUSA on October 27, 2014

On November 27th , Vienna once again turned into the world’s largest stage for the art of photography. The country’s leading photography festival draws culture enthusiasts with 175 exhibitions showcasing works by over 650 Austrian and international artists. The program covers the entire city, with venues ranging from the Albertina to the Zacherlfabrik. The festival offers a comprehensive survey of artistic photography in all its dazzling variety. Solo exhibitions, large-scale group shows, singular interventions, pieces of installation art, and presentations in public spaces are accompanied by an extensive program of events including book presentations, lectures, workshops, photography walks, performances, guided tours, and the Eyes On Portfolio Review. Diversity is a key part of our mission.