Vernissage 12.11 2021
Olof Grind (1992) Sweden
Welcome to float around in Olof Grind’s latest series of dreamy analog sceneries, shot under the surface of the Mediterranean Sea as well as in the striking colorful landscapes of the Balearic Islands. His new work sets a darker more mysterious tonality than his previous series, but with the same exhilarating and touching fragility as he has become known for with his previous two exhibitions at Fotografiska in Stockholm, as well as his most recent published book ”at the end of the dream”.
Johan Röing (1958) Sweden
Johan Röing, is first and foremost a sculptor. He works with a variety of materials, but predominantly in wood and metal. He studied at the Staatliche Kunstakademie Düsseldorf between 1979 and 1986. Röing does simple and raw sculptures of people or animals.
He processes the material with a chainsaw or a disc grinder, but he never loses track of the ongoing dialogue with the material.
Linnea Romeling (1998) Sweden
Linnea is a Malmö-based photographer, filmmaker and artist. She works introspectively, where self-portraits are a common thread in her art. Each self-portrait is a performance, which makes her an active participant in her own story. Romeling gathers inspiration from our inner worlds and what binds us together. With fabrics and masks, she conveys the desire to protect and shield the body from the physical world and enter the spiritual space, but also to anonymize it.