EMOP Berlin
berlin

EMOP Berlin

The European Month of Photography Berlin is Germany’s largest photography festival. Since 2004, the bi-annual event is a showcase for a wide range of exhibitions and events on historic and contemporary photography. The festival is organized by Kulturprojekte Berlin in collaboration with museums, cultural institutions, galleries, embassies, project spaces, and photography schools in Berlin and Potsdam.

Mesiac Fotografie
bratislava

Mesiac Fotografie

Month of Photography in Bratislava opens in November 2018. The festival focuses on Central and Eastern European Photography as well as broader international scene. More than 40 exhibitions will be accompanied by events including portfolio review, and photography workshops lead by world renowned authors.

Fotohonap
budapest

Fotohonap

The Association of Hungarian Photographers is in charge of the Month of Photography (Fotohonap) and its program has become the organic part of the Hungarian photo-life. Its goal is to show multicoloured content with the purpose to enlarge the audience for professionals and common people as well. Content is not restricted to traditional photography but includes the visual arts as well.

Photonic Moments
ljubljana

Photonic Moments

Photonic Moments – Month of Photography is a festival showcasing in its 2016 edition 25 exhibitions and accompanying events. Basic mission is to showcase contemporary photography in all its diversity coming mostly from local and regional as well as international milieus. At the same time it aims to create a regional platform where photographers, experts and audience could converge and meet.
Next festival: June 2018 (opening days 30.5.–2.6.)

Emoplux
luxembourg

Emoplux

The European Month of Photography Luxembourg (biannual) is organized by Café Crème asbl since 2007 in partnership with almost all of Luxembourg’s state and city art institutions joined by private galleries. Outside the capital, the cities of Dudelange, Clervaux and Ettelbruck also host major art events. Main openings are scheduled end of April and will continue until September for some.

Le Mois de la photo du Grand Paris
paris

Le Mois de la photo du Grand Paris

Henri Chapier and Jean-Luc Monterosso were pioneers when they launched “Le Mois de la photographie Paris” in 1980. Since then, photography has met with popular enthusiasm and encouraged the city of Paris to acquire permanent structures dedicated to this art on a scale unique in the world. The 2017 version – renamed “Month of Photography of Greater Paris” – will include also the suburbs.

Eyes On – Monat der Fotografie Wien
vienna

Eyes On – Monat der Fotografie Wien

Eyes On – initiated in 2004 by the Department of Culture of the City of Vienna – is presenting the broad spectrum of artistic photography in the museums and exhibition spaces of the city, as well as in galleries, off- and temporary art spaces. It offers every two years, in November, a platform to photographers and visual artists. The number of exhibitions came close to nearly 200 in 2016.