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Vernissage: 14th of May 2011, Young Art (Stockholm)

“Söderhavet” – black&white series by Viktor Johannson

A group exhibition is now taking place at Young Art gallery. The exhibition is dedicated to photographs in any form – and style. The group consists of five young photographers from Sweden, Slovenia and Germany.

“Something else somewhere else” by Katja Kremenic

“The longest journey is the journey inwards.” — Dag Hammarskjöld

The above quote is taken from Dan Cleve website were he describe his series “Arctic Meditation.” The six-photo series keeps a story about the climate and how it affects our way of thinking and living — from a positive point of view. The photographer spent couple of months outside to capture the portraits.

I worked with the theory that our cold weather and darkness is a big part of our culture. It’s more than just tiring and depressing – couldn´t it also make you think in a philosophical way and be more aware of the world around you? – Dan Cleve

“Arctic Meditation”  a portrait series by Dan Cleve

Whether it was the meaning, the cold or the hope you could read in the model´s faces, Dan Cleve´s work was the most remarkable in an overall interesting and inspiring exhibition. All the photographs are for sale and the prices range from 800 – 4000 sek.

If you are in the mood for an enthusiastic art, or to meet emerging artists, Young Art is the place. Always worth visiting!

Date: 14th – 29th of May 2011

Photographers: Dan Cleve, Phillipp Gallon, Viktor Johansson, Katja Kremenic and Johanna Åkerberg Kassel

Place: Young Art, Grevgatan 30, Stockholm

Opening hours: Saturday, 12.00 – 18.00 ; Sunday, 12.00 – 16.00

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