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.

Emop curator's meeting in Bratislava

10 Years of EMoP—European Month of Photography

In 2014, the European Month of Photography (EMoP) celebrates its 10th anniversary. The platform’s objective was and is to network and strengthen the European photography, for example by producing collaboratively curated photography exhibitions. This year’s joint exhibition is entitled “Memory Lab. Photography Challenges History,” and come November it will be presented in Vienna and our partner cities Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, and Paris as part of their concurrent months of photography.


MdF Berlin opened on October 16, 2014

Der Europäische Monat der Fotografie Berlin ist das größte deutsche Fotofestival. Seit 2004 findet es alle zwei Jahre in Berlin statt und präsentiert zahlreiche Ausstellungen und Veranstaltungen zu historischer und zeitgenössischer Fotografie. Veranstalter ist dieKulturprojekte Berlin GmbH in Zusammenarbeit mit Museen, Kulturinstitutionen, Galerien, Botschaften, Projekträumen und Fotoschulen in Berlin und Potsdam. Website :
Anlässlich seines 10-jährigen Jubiläums kann der MdF ...

2014 Memory Lab venue in Bratislava


The Memory Lab exhibition is hosted at the Institut français and is curated by Koklesova Bohunka and Michaela Bosakova.

Dramaturgy in the 24th year of the Month of Photography stands on four pillars. The first pillar consists of exhibitions that thematise photography and theatre. The group of exhibitions includes one that is exceptional, Theatrical World 1839–1939, and also the unique original prints by Rudolf Koppitz, an Austrian author of the early 20th century. A renewed interest in inscenation can be observed in the retrospective work by Milota Havránková who inspired the Slovak New Wave. We present a detailed reconstruction of the work of this group at the House of Arts / Kunsthalle. 

Five festivals of European Month of Photography will open in October

Five of the festivals with the common brand European Month of Photography (EMoP) will open in October and November 2014. Moreover, a common project of eight member cities of EMoP association, titled “Memory Lab. Photography Challenges History”, will be inaugurated as a central exhibition of these festivals.