Joakim Eskildsen: A world I can believe in

The National Museum of Photography stages a comprehensive exhibition of internationally-known Danish photographer Joakim Eskildsen.

The exhibition is centred around seven photographic books that Eskildsen has been working on for more than 25 years, with subjects and projects as varied as the Roma people, Americans living below the poverty line, and the photographer's own homes and children.

The show includes large format images along with sketch books and video footage providing insights into Eskildsen's working process which incorporates each step of the book, from the initial photographs to the design of the finished product.

Mon-Sat 08.00-19.00.

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Address The Royal Library, tel. +4533474747.

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Joakim Eskildsen: A world I can believe in

The Royal Library, tel. +4533474747.

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