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.
During the summer, Magali Cunico had an ongoing show at Sjöbo Konsthall, ¨As a thin line between you and me¨. The show finished on the 20th of August with a Finisage where we showed are collaborative and ongoing work ¨ A Whisper and three trembling shadows¨ The work consists of a tent that acts as a camera obscura. Inside the tent, the camera obscura projection is accompanied by sound recorded at a nearby meadow.
The photograph from Tequila that recently was exhibited at “Salong CFF” is available for purchase through Artworks. The print is mounted on aluminum and mounted behind reflection-free glass. The solid oak frame measures 111cm x 133cm x 6cm.
I am exhibiting at Centrum för Fotografis “Salong CFF” in December 2021. The work is an image of an Agave field in Tequila, Mexico, that I photographed in 2007. I have built the frame from scratch and also made the print, and mounted it on aluminum. The glass is reflection-free, and the print is an edition of 3. The work is for sale, and the Oak frame measures 111cm x 133cm x 6cm.
CFF – Centrum för fotografi
116 63 Stockholm
A Whisper and three trembling shadows at Paviljong C: a program of outdoors events organized by Konsthall C in Hökarängen, Stockholm. A Whisper and three trembling shadows is a collaboration between Magali Cunico and Erik Hagman and consists of a tent that acts as a camera obscura. Inside the tent, the camera obscura projection is accompanied by sound recorded at a nearby meadow.
A Whisper and three trembling shadows is a collaboration between Magali Cunico and Erik Hagman. The piece consists of a tent that acts as a camera obscura and a sound work recorded at a meadow. The show is on August 28 and 29 at Paviljong C, a program of outdoors events organized by Konsthall C in Hökarängen, Stockholm.
Saturday 28 August 14.00 to 18.00
Sunday 29 August 14.00 to 18.00
I’m exhibiting two site-specific works at the Winter Salon, Nacka Konsthall. Both works are photographed and displayed in Sickla where I also have my studio. The works are part of a larger project called Barriers.
Konsthall C Centrifug
On view 8 May to 14 June
More information about the exhibition: https://www.konsthallc.se/program/barriarer
Barriers is a site-specific work of a larger project about the densification of Stockholm. The images are from Farsta and depict places that, among other names, are called Barriers and have in common that they will disappear in favor of housing projects.
More information about Barriers: https://www.erikhagman.com/projects/barriers
I am exhibiting one work at Centrum för Fotografis “Salong CFF” in December.
The work is an image of a fox’s trail through new snow. I photographed the picture a few winters back in Tyresta National Park, Stockholm, Sweden, when the snow was exceptionally deep. The fox had passed over the south part of Stensjön during the dark hours before I took the image just before sunrise. The work is also for sale, and the Ashwood frame measures 74x56cm.
CFF – Centrum för fotografi
116 28 Stockholm
I have three works exhibited at the Liljevalchs Spring Salon in Stockholm, opening on the 25th of January. The edition is 3 + 1 A.P., and frames are handmade of White Ash finished with Schellack.
The exhibited works are a part of a larger project about urban development areas in Stockholm, which translates to Stadsutvecklingsområde in Swedish.
The image titled Stadsutvecklingsområde 1629 is photographed in Nya Ulriksdal, Solna, and depicts an old building moved from its original location in waiting at a temporary location for a new home. The building is one of two houses built between 1912 and 1920 as housing for Railroad Workers. Locally the houses are referred to as Rödingarna, which in English translates to the red ones. The buildings could not remain in their original location due to the construction of an onramp for Friends Arena in 2014. There has been a debate on exactly where the building will move in the future after years in limbo; they seem to be heading for Överjärva Gård, an area for recreation where other old buildings of cultural value reside.
The other two images exhibited at Vårsalongen Liljevalchs are from Årstafältet and Värtahamnen. The Image from Årstafältet in south Stockholm; photographed just before the construction started, and the area was newly fenced off. The fence; thrown over in the image, most likely by people irritated over the planned construction. The image from Värtahamnen shows a group of people on the way to the nearby ferry landing; in the background is an oil cistern under demolishment. The old harbor area Värtahamnen are being converted to an area for housing and are a part of the large scale project Norra Djurgårdsstaden.
More information about the project Stadsutvecklingsområde is found at https://www.erikhagman.com/projects/stadsutvecklingsomrade.