Together with Artebinaria I have created a exhibition in the Artinside Gallery - the first art gallery without walls in augmented reality. I have a own pavilion in the gallery, a pavilion that is a dynamic exhibition space, in which my artworks come to life in front of each visitor. You can use the "Artinside Galley+" app on your device wherever and whenever you want,
Some of my works are now avaliable at my new print vendor in South America - Kuelga.com - they are based in Lima, Peru but deliver to both Peru, Chile and Colombia. Check out my portfolio here.
I´m both glad, proud and excited for the opportunity to have a solo exhibition at the Bien Contemporary Gallery in central Copenhagen, Denmark at Vester Voldgade 8 ( just around the corner from the Rådhus area) - The exhibition will content a selected amount of my works and it will be open from the 12th of december (at 3 pm) until february 12 2022. Check
The team over at SPHERE have made an interview with me about my photography - read it in English here or in Chinese here.
I´m proud to be one of 30 photographers from 22 countries that participate in "Less is more" a minimalistic photo book published by Almalusa Publishing. 184 pages plus covers. 6 of my works included. Only 35 EUR plus shipping ( 8 EUR for Europe and 11 EUR for rest of the world) DEADLINE June 25th. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to get your own copy!
Limited print for sale at Special Gallery of my work "Dark Window". Size S, M, L from 50 USD. Printed on glossy 246gsm Fujifilm Chrystal Archive. FREE SHIPPING.
Last year I was a guest host for a week over at the Instagram for the Swedish Photography museum - Fotografiska - who are situated in Stockholm, New York and Tallin. It was the second time I hosted there and it was so much fun gaining all that attention and appreciations for my works. Not only did 5 of my photos get into the top
A couple of weeks ago I went to Stockholm for a cool photoshoot with a photographer still in education, he wanted to shoot me in front of something completely different from minimalism...