Fotogalleriet | 25 August - 4 September | Opening hours 12.00 - 17.00

Fotogalleriet will be hosting a library with a broad spectrum of books that all look at the relations between photography and urban spaces. The themes of the books range from urban planning, architecture, car-use in cities, overpopulation and demonstrations to commercialization of public space, studied by artists and photographers from different personal backgrounds.

Alongside the library, the gallery also feature a temporary installation called 'The Big Book' where the curators have invited artists based in Oslo to give the audience a personal glimpse of living in this metropolis. Using the ever-present mobile phone as a photographic instrument was the only requirement for the artists on reflecting life in the streets of Oslo. The result is 10 different approaches bound to a several meter long installation stretched through Fotogalleriet's gallery space.

Also showing is a video installation by artist Adam Magyar containing a selection of clips from his works 'Stainless Video' and 'Array'. The clips are fragments that have been filmed in different cities around the world to reflect the everyday commuting of hundreds of people.

Contributions in 'The Big Book' are from Giulia Mangione, Julie Hrnčířová, Tor Ulstein, Linda Bournane Engelberth, Jason Havneraas, Espen Ideen, Christian André Strand, Kathrine McDaid, Jakub Baloun and Goncalo Carvalho.

Møllergata school | 27 - 28 August | Opening hours 12.00 - 17.00
Møllergata school will be hosting a two-day book fair in its designated gym with invited publishers and partners. Come by and say hi to the publishers, flip through some books or hear the latest news about upcoming releases and projects.

Simultaneously with the book fair, there will be held portfolio reviews between chosen artists and a panel of experts, selected talks, panel discussions with artists and book presentations by FFF members. The panel of experts consists of Martha Dahó, Brad Feuerhelm, Dan Mariner (NOUA), Moritz Neumüller and Monica Allende. The panel of artists consists of Terje Abusal, Damien Heinisch and Line Bøhmer Løkken.

Vega Scene | 26 August | 19.30 - 22.30
As part of a collaboration with Vega Scene, the festival will show a screening of 'Koudelka: Shooting Holy Land' by Gilad Baram. The film gives a unique insight into the creative genius of Czech photographer Josef Koudelka and his journey through Israel and Palestine as he searches for the elusive moment in which a photograph emerges.

Following the screening, there will be bookjokey sessions with Jorunn Rike of Tronsmo and Morten Andersen of Shadowlab.

Kristparken | 25 August | Open to the public at all times
At Kristparken we welcome neighbors and locals to see prints and photographs from kids at Møllergata school. The prints on view are part of a photo book workshop organized by Peter Dean and Forbundet Frie Fotografer, in collaboration with Møllergata school where various classes attended, took their own photographs and created their own photo books.

Deichman Bjørvika | 25 August
Deichman Bjørvika, in collaboration with Fotobokfestival Oslo, will be hosting a temporary installation by artist and photographer Jon Benjamin Tallerås, titled 'en snok i bystrukturens randsoner'. Read more about the exhibition in its entirety here.

Grafill | 3 September | 10.00 - 15.00
Fotobokfestival Oslo, in collaboration with Grafill, will together be hosting a workshop with artist Line Bøhmer Løkken of Multipress forlag. The workshop is based on an open-call and applicants.