Charlotte Haslund-Christensen (born and based in Copenhagen) is a graduate of ICP (The International Center of Photography), New York, and Fatamorgana (The Danish School of Art Photography), Copenhagen.
She has exhibited extensively both in Denmark and abroad, including New York, Paris, Pingyao, Warsaw and Helsinki. Her solo exhibitions include WHO'S NEXT? (2013), Natives: The Danes (2008), No Airport to Travel From (2006), JUMP (2002) and Inner City (1998).
Charlotte Haslund-Christensen's artistic practice focuses on social, political issues, operating at the intersection of anthropology, documentarism and social interaction. Her art projects often take the form of anthropoligical fieldwork, resulting in works that subvert museological or archival representations to investigate their role in framing and forming minorities and majorities.
Charlotte Haslund-Christensen’s works are in major collections including The Hasselblad Foundation, The Danish Arts Foundation, The National Museum of Photography, Denmark, and Museet for Fotokunst.
1996 - 1997 Documentary and Photojournalism, The International Center of Photography (ICP), NY.
1995 - 1996 Fatamorgana: The Danish School of Art Photography, Denmark.
HOPE & FEAR, Videoinstallation in Public Space. Fotografisk Center.
WHO'S NEXT? Hasselblad Foundation. Götheborg, Sweden.
NATIVES: THE DANES, International Photography, Aleppo, Syria.
NATIVES: THE DANES, PIP, Pingyao, China.
NATIVES: THE DANES, GRID20104th International Photography Biennial. Amsterdam.
NATIVES: THE DANES, XVI Encuentros Abiertos-Festival de la Lux 2010, Buernos Aires, Argentina.
NATIVES: THE DANES, Nikolaj, Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center.
NO AIRPORTS TO TRAVEL FROM, Videoinstallation from Palestine. Peter Lav Gallery, Copenhagen.
JUMP, Gallery Asbæk Underground, Copenhagen.
INNER CITY, The Platform, Brandts Klædefabrik, Odense.
INNER CITY, Galleri Image, Aarhus.
LIGENU. Curated by Mette Sandby, Denmark.
Billboard Festival 2015 Casablanca. Curated by Hanne Lise Thomsen, Morroco.
VISIT TINGBJERG, curated by Matthias Borello & Kenneth Balfeldt, Denmark.
GENEROUS GESTURES, Den Frie, Centre of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen.
NATIVES: THE DANES, Silverstein Photography Annual, Bruce Silverstein Gallery, NY.
WHO'S NEXT? , Gallery 25CPW, NY.
CATALOGUING ATTITUDES: CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE ARCHIVE, Art Gallery of the College of Staten Island, NY.