Juried exhibition 2022

Preus Museum - Norway's national museum of photography is proud to present the list of this year's juried exhibitors at Photography Day - queer edition. The exhibition will show photographs from around the world with different views on performing for the camera and on being queer. 

The 61 photographers who are exhibiting at Photography Day this year have all been selected because of their exploration of gender identity in an interesting way, using photography. They also have an originality that makes them stand out from the crowd. After last night's terrorist attack in Oslo, this list feels more important than ever. The images will be on view at Photography Day on August 26 (nighttime with Karmaklubb*) and on August 27. Welcome every body!

 

Andreas Strand Renberg (NO), Andrés Pérez (CO), Arafat Bin Siraji (BD), Arianne Clément (CA), Aubane Berthommé Martinez (NL), Audrey Gillespie (GB), Boihugo (QQ), Bradley Secker (TR), Carol Rahal (BR), Cristhian Frias Goytia (BO), Daniel Keys (GB), Dawn Woolley (GB), Derek Sargent & Jess Miley (NO), Elizabeth Diaz (US), Facundo Alegre (FR), Frederic Aranda (GB), Frederique Scholtes (NL), Giuseppe Diaferia (IT), Gökhan Tanrıöver (ES), Henning Ingvaldstad Grannes (NO), Hossein Fardinfard (NL), Ian Tevo (PE), Irina Kovalchuk (CO), Irina Werning (AR), Jojo (GB), Julieta Pestarino (US), Karwan Karim (IQ), Kene Nwatu (DE), Kovai (RU), Laura Ma (FR), Lincoln Lin (US), Lisa Großkopf (AT), Loreen Hinz (DE), Luana Rigolli (IT), Macidiano Céspedes (AR), Matías Alvial (US), Matthieu Croizier (CH), Melissa Peritore (AT), Michael Joseph (US), Michael Young (US), Miraj Patel (US), Mirjam Stenevik (NO), Mitchell Moreno (GB), Mohammad Rakibul Hasan (BD), Mona Ulriche Schanche (NO), Ngadi Smart (GB), Orçun Karamustafa (TR), Paola Martínez Fiterre (US), Raymond Dakoua (BE), Scallywag Fox (GB), Sean Lee (SG), Shia Conlon (FI), Sickgirl (CN), Sofia Masini (IT), Tommy Kha (US), Trygve Skogrand (NO), Valentina Sinis (IT), Vanna Bowles (NO), Xanthe Hutchinson (GB), Yu Hirai (FR), Zabed Hasnain Chowdhury (BD)