New photo exhibition in Aarhus makes time travelling possible

New photo exhibition in Aarhus makes time travelling possible »

“Aarhus like you have never seen it before,” is how our reporter describes the new exhibition that opened last week at The Concert Hall Aarhus.

Spotted at Spot

Spotted at Spot »

Combining practicality with festival style – Aarhus leads the way in comfort and individuality during Spot festival…

Farao- In photos

Farao- In photos »

Moody lighting and a sparse stage set up created the perfect backdrop for Farao’s no nonsense brand of folk/pop. Photos by Nicholas McKinlay.

A long way from home: Arina Kleist »

Jutland Station brings you a series of portraits of Aarhus’ Greenlandic students, showing their struggles adapting to life in Denmark, and representing a rapidly changing society.

A long way from home: Hans Peder Maassanguaq Cortzen Kirkegaard

A long way from home: Hans Peder Maassanguaq Cortzen Kirkegaard »

Jutland Station brings you a series of portraits of Aarhus’ Greenlandic students, showing their struggles adapting to life in Denmark

Tattoo convention reveals skin-deep stories

Tattoo convention reveals skin-deep stories »

It’s not often that we get to learn the stories that make up the lives of strangers we pass every day, let alone

The eyes and life of Bonnie

The eyes and life of Bonnie »

With the story of a prostitute from Copenhagen, a Danish photographer won one of the World Press Photo awards. Her aim: Go deep

“Post-production in photography is an art”

“Post-production in photography is an art” »

While some critics question the use of Photoshop, Marie Hald, the award – wining Danish photographer by the World Press Photo, considers it