Photo Book Festival Stockholm

28-29 October, Kulturhuset, Foajé 3, level 3.

My book Barriers will be available at Konst-ig, and I will be signing books on Saturday, 29 October 13.00 – 14:00

Friday, 28 October, 12:00 – 19:30

Saturday, 29 October, 11:00 – 16:00

https://kulturhusetstadsteatern.se/utsta…/fotoboksfestival

https://www.sfoto.se/fotoförfattarna/fotoboksfestival-pa-kulturhuset-stadsteatern-2/

More information about Barriers:

https://erikhagman.com/projects/barriers-book

Bokmässan

I am exhibiting images from the book “Barriers” at Gothenburg Book Fair 2022. Today Magali Cunico and I installed the images for the exhibition. The images are located on the second floor in the aisle leading to ¨Se människan¨or “See the Man¨ in English. The show is part of the Photographic Path arranged by Gothenburg Diocese cultural cooperation, Church of Sweden. The book is available at Publisher Arena´s boot located at E05:12.

Landskrona Foto

Arena, the publisher of ¨Barriers¨, has a table at the Photobook Market arranged by Landskrona Foto 2 – 4 of September. I participated and signed books on Saturday. The books available at Landskrona Foto are part of a pre-run, and production will be finished in the coming weeks.

More information about the book at lenswork.se

Barriers

For three years, I have visited and photographed places in Stockholm’s suburbs. The background is the city’s transformation, following a decision that 140,000 new homes will be built between 2010 and 2030. “Barriers” is published by Arena and is finally ready for delivery. Many thanks to all Involved in the Project.

Photographs and text: Erik Hagman
Foreword: Niclas Östlind
Editor: Lisa Daram Westling, Niclas Östlind
Design: LOD / Peter Sellberg
Map illustration: Kartillustration.se
Translation: Astrid Trotzig
Printing: Göteborgstryckeriet
Binding: Förlagshuset Nordens Grafiska AB
Publisher: Bokförlaget Arena

More information about the book at lenswork.se

Barriers in Print

I have been working on the Barriers book since 2018; at last, it is in print – but not yet in binding. Göteborgstryckeriet has done the printing, and Förlagshuset Nordens Grafiska executes the binding and case will in Malmö. The book turned out to be more comprehensive than I thought when entering the design process one year ago. 

The format is 300 mm x 206 mm and 140 pages. Besides the 96 pages for images, there are 16 pages with maps and 28 pages of text. The photo pages are  150 g Arctic Volume White paper, the text on 115 g Munken Print Cream 15, and the maps on pink 120 g Colorit from Lessebo Bruk. The design is by Peter Sellberg / LOD, and Kartillustration.se have made the the maps.

Mästarverket

Images photographed for the book Mästarverket or The Master’s Work by artist Lisa Jeannin. The images are photographed in her incubator for alchemical dreams at Norrtälje Art Center. Graphic Design by Leo Norgren.

https://www.erikhagman.com/books/mastarverket

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Pandokraterna

Cover image for “Pandokraterna” by Eric Ericson and Susanna Wallstén, published by Kaunitz-Olsson. The Pandocrats is a sequel to “Pandornas Dal” 2018 and deals with Climate change, consumption, and reification. A defector from the FDP realizes that he needs to do something and moves the struggle straight into the highest power.

https://www.erikhagman.com/books/pandokraterna

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Pandornas Dal

Pandornas Dal is a richly illustrated youth book by Eric Ericson and Susanna Wallstén.  The Swedish title translates to “The Valley of the Pandas” and tells the story of Albert Nader, one of Fraction de Panda’s most skilled agents. FDP dreams about building a community of their own on a deserted island, but people try to stop them; the police and bloodthirsty Babenberger’s chase them.  The book also spotlights a few of today’s most critical issues, such as global warming, sustainability, and ethics. 

Erik Hagman’s contribution to the book is the images that I created together with Eric and Susanna.

On the page about Pandornas Dal, you can find more information about the book.

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Swedish Modern

Images photographed for the architecture book Swedish Modern. The book Swedish Modern is over 700 pages with hundreds of photographs and a longer text by Hedvig Hedqvist and continues after the previous book Swedish Grace. Erik Hagman´s contribution consists of photographing a collection of images from Spånga Kyrka, Karlskoga Folkets Hus, Halmstad Rådhus Skogskyrkogården, among other places.

For more information please vist page about Swedish Modern.

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