In a shoe shop in Helsinki an exhibition, plus book release, studies the borderlines between art and science.
Danish Artist, Hans E. Madsen, a combination of his photographic ability to bring character and light to ordinary objects in ordinary spaces, is given attention to in his most recent photo book.
Taking a look at some of the most recognized Scandinavian artists, and highlighting new artists that are shaping the future in the Scandinavian art world. This book includes 472 pages including interviews, and exhibition greats.
In spite of a mechanical almost empty expression showing no signs of artistic skills, the successful Norwegian artist’s iconic pieces are disquieting codes of a brutal society of paranoia
Video artist Eve Sussman refers to the russian avant-garde artist Kazimir Malevich’s famous painting White on white in her complex video, which turns out not to be white at all
Not only in galleries and museums, but in the public space is where you find international and Danish photographers’ work on display at the Copenhagen Photo Festival
The highly respected Danish photographer Peter Funch manipulates every day situations from New York in his photo series in order to discuss fiction vs. reality
The American photographer prefers to shoot what he finds. He goes against the trend of digitally manipulated imagery
Three generations play with the boundaries of different art practices in order to challenge the interpretation of time and the physical experiences of the space
In the recent book of the architectural photographer images of beautifully constructed interiors from different parts of the world takes us to a journey of remembrance