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Due to the current corona measures the FFF is temporarily closed!   All live events are cancelled. New dates to be announced here on the website. 



Duration: November 07, 2020 – January 31, 2021/extended until May 09, 2021

Due to the current corona measures, the exhibition will open at a later date.


Saturday, November 07, November 14, and November 21, 2020, 4–6 pm
Online-Workshop with Alison Nordström
The workshop will be held in English.

Sunday, November 08, 2020, 10 am–5 pm [due to Covid-19 pandemy postponed to January 30, 2021, 10 am–5 pm]

Workshop with Torben Eskerod


The workshop will be held in English.


Sunday, November 08, 2020, 6 pm
Gallery Talk with Torben Eskerod
The talk will be held in English.

Sunday, December 06, 2020, 3 pm
Guided tour with Celina Lunsford through “FINDINGS. TORBEN ESKEROD”

(Registration available soon)

Friday/Saturday, January 29/30, 2021


Talks and presentations

(Registration available soon) 

Sunday, January 31, 2021, 10 am–5 pm

Workshop with Torben Eskerod


The workshop will be held in English.

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Due to the current corona measures, the exhibition must be postponed to a later date. The opening scheduled for Friday, 06.11.2020 has been cancelled.

The Danish photographer Torben Eskerod (*1960) is internationally known and awarded for his diverse portraits and portrait-like photographs of death masks, gravestone pictures or even wooden model heads. In addition, his professional practice includes contemplative images of architecture and landscapes, photographs
of art and artifacts as well as works made in collaboration with anthropologists, architectural historians and museum curators.

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With 140 pictures from 21 different work series, the exhibition FINDINGS. TORBEN ESKEROD presents for the first time a survey of this impressively large spectrum. At the same time, the show identifies the photographer's distinctive vision, that manifests itself in his artistic as well as in his scientific-documentary work and unifies his oeuvre as a whole.

The exhibition includes 22 series from almost 30 years of Torben Eskerod’s work and was curated by Alison Nordström (US), independent scholar and photography curator, for the Fotografie Forum Frankfurt.


Curator Alison Nordström about Torben Eskerod’s series “Marselis” (2003) 

With the series “FINDINGS - DIGITAL”, we are happy to give you a preview of the FFF exhibtion. Curator Alison Nordström, art historian and curator of the show, talks about Eskerod's series “Marselis” (2003). The photographs of random branches in the Marselisborg Forest are the result of an accidental experiment in the materiality of photographic material. Using a 40-year-old film, Eskerod discovered that the real world, photographed with the expired film, seemed completely transfigured in the image.

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