The European Month of Photography Luxembourg (biennial) is organized by Café-Crème asbl since 2007 in partnership with members of EMOP asbl (European Month of Photography asbl). The Month of Photography is successor of the European Photo Weeks, organized by the association from 2002 to 2006.

Directors and editors: Paul di Felice and Pierre Stiwer (contact: bureau@cafecreme-artlu)
The European Month of Photography Luxembourg Team 2019 includes Krystyna Dul ( main assistant ) and Cristina Dias de Magalhães.

Over the past 10 years, almost all of Luxembourg state and city institutions participated in the event (Casino Luxembourg – Forum of contemporary art, the Museum of Modern Art Grand-Duc Jean (Mudam), the National Museum of History and Art (MNHA), the Neumünster Abbey (Centre de rencontre Neimënster), Carré-Rotondes, the Cercle-Cité and Villa Vauban city exhibition space, the City Museum, the National Library and the National Archives, LUCA (Institute for architecture), exhibition spaces belonging to the financial sector (Arendt & Medernach, BGL-Fortis, Deutsche Bank, Banque de Luxembourg) or private galleries (Clairefontaine, Nosbaum & Reding).

Outside the capital, the Centre national de l’audiovisuel (CNA) in Dudelange, the town gallery Nei Liicht regularly hold exhibitions during the European Month of Photography. The city of Clervaux – hosting Edward Steichen’s Family of Man exhibition – participates with a programm of its own through its association Clervaux, Cité de l’ Image. 

In 2017  the City of Ettelbruck and its art center CAP were first time participants as well as the new Konschthal Esch ( art space Esch) in 2021.

The European Month of Photography also periodically joins with the Arsenal exhibition space in Metz (France / Lorraine) and Beda art space of Bitburg (Germany).