September 2017

It all started in 2007 in Stockholm, Sweden and then I decided to establish it in Berlin, Germany 2010. It was my mission to give an effective platform for a selection of mostly Swedish photo-based artists, to give them the opportunity to present their work to an international audience. The regular participation in international art fairs was an important component to attaining that goal and we did several fairs in Paris, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Basel, Stockholm, New York, Miami and Sao Paulo.

Apart from the exhibition program the gallery was also engaged in other art-related activities such as book productions, panel discussions, photo festivals and artist talks.

The gallery became member of AIPAD 2013 as the first Nordic gallery ever. (The Association of International Photography Art Dealers).

I am now closing down both exhibition spaces after 11 great years. A big thank you to all artists, clients, staff, visitors and friends.

Warm regards
Nina Grundemark
Owner and Managing Director

Summer vacation 2017

We are now closed for the summer season in both Berlin and Stockholm.
Information about the autumn will soon be sent out.

The work Bibliothek I by Martin Mlecko is sold to New York Library in USA and will be on display during the Autumn.

The summer exhibition at Gripsholm Castle in Mariefred, Sweden, features 45 photographic portraits of male subjects, MEN, all by DAWID.

TIME/LIGHT/LOVE – Swedish Photographic Portraits 1840-2017 at Landskrona Museum, Sweden, includes two works by Julia Hetta. Exhibition runs until January 28, 2018.

Pernilla Zetterman is included with four works at the exhibition Like a Horse at Fotografiska in Stockholm. Curated by Sophie Mörner and runs until September 3.

The book Natten by Margot Wallard will be published shortly at Max Ström. The production has started! Art Director: Greger Ulf Nilson.

July 28 opens the big solo exhibition It´s All Connected Somehow by Sascha Weidner at Sprengel Museum in Hannover, Germany. Ends November 19. (image)

BASEL 2017

Grundemark Nilsson Gallery will be participating at the third edition of Photo Basel. We will show the works of Pernilla Zetterman (SE), Uta Neumann (DE), Henrik Strömberg (SE/DE) and Thom Bridge (UK/SE). Additionally we are proud to present video works of Yvon Chabrowski (DE) and Olivier Cheval (FR) at the newly created sector of Photo Basel, tape / basel, which focuses on international video art.

Wednesday, june 14th, 12-8pm
Thursday, june 15th, 12-8pm
Friday, june 16th, 12-8pm
Saturday, june 17th, 12-8pm
Sunday, june 18th, 12-6pm

Volkshaus Basel Rebgasse 12-14
4058 Basel Switzerland

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May 2017

The group show Like a Horse at Fotografiska in Stockholm, Sweden, includes several works, both photography and video, by our artist Pernilla Zetterman.

We are hosting her artist talk on May 31 at 6pm. It is a dialogue with Gunilla Muhr, Head of the Department of Fine Art at Konstfack in Stockholm, Sweden.

We recently released Zetterman´s new book Turn Down Center Line (Kerber Verlag, Germany) and it can be bought at the gallery. Concept and design by Sandra Praun and Oscar Guermouche, the text is written by Timothy Persons. Zetterman´s first monograph Behave was published 2009 at the publising house Hatje Cantz with text by the former chief curator at Museum Winterthur in Switzerland Urs Stahel.


Henrik Strömberg
Monday, April 24th 2017 at 6.30 pm at the AArtist studio on the roof of the Federal Foreign Office, Entrance Kurstr. 36, 10117 Berlin, Germany.
RSVP until April 20th 2017 to Auswärtiges Amt, Ref. 607, E-Mail:

The evening programme starts with a welcoming speech by Andreas Görgen, Head of the Cultural Department of the FFO and a short introduction by Dorothee Nilsson, Gallery Director of Grundemark Nilsson Gallery.
A dialogue follows between Henrik Strömberg and the author Jens Soneryd about their ongoing project: Project Amnesic – The Compost.

Henrik Strömberg is the first artist of the second cohort of the AArtist in Residence Programme 2017. The programme of the Federal Foreign Office in cooperation with the Galleries Association of Berlin (lvbg) is open to selected artists from abroad or those who strongly deal with the abroad in their works. The goal is to enable cross-border cultural coproduction and in a result strengthen comprehension and understanding with the power of intercultural dialogue.

AIPAD 2017

AIPAD – The Photography Show
March 29 – April 2, 2017
Pier 94 | New York City, USA

Welcome to visit us in booth #511. We are showing works by Sascha Weidner (DE) and Henrik Strömberg (SE/DE).

Pier 94 is located on Manhattan’s west side on the Hudson River (12th Avenue) at 55th Street. It is easily accessible by car, taxi, and public transportation.

Opening hours
Wednesday, March 29
Vernissage VIP Hours: 2:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Vernissage Public Hours: 5:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Thursday, March 30 – Saturday, April 1
VIP Hours: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Public Hours: 12:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Sunday, April 2
VIP Hours: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Public Hours: 12:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Market 2017

Meet us at MARKET ART FAIR, booth #6.

We will present art works by Henrik Strömberg (SE/DE) and Yuken Teruya (JPN). Both artists are present during the week. Henrik Strömberg will have a talk in English Sunday March 26, 3 pm at the fair together with Ashik Zaman, C-print Journal.

Lövholmsbrinken 1
117 43 Liljeholmen, Stockholm, Sweden

Public hours:
24-26 March 2017
Friday 12.00 – 19.00
Saturday 12:00 – 18.00
Sunday 12.00 – 18.00

About the Fair:
The 12th edition of Market will take place at Färgfabriken, Stockholm, March 24-26. With the leading galleries from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland participating, Market will showcase an exclusive selection of the most interesting art on the Nordic art scene, once again focusing on carefully curated solo or duo projects. Market Art Fair is the leading Nordic fair for contemporary art and has become an important meeting place for collectors and art professionals. It was founded by a group of gallerists in 2006 and represents the leading galleries from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland and Finland. Market Art Fair features an ambitious programme of talks and projects and arranges a VIP programme for international collectors and art professionals.

Studio visits

STUDIO VISIT Thursday March 9th 2017 at 4 pm
ARTIST TALK – with Christiane Meixner (Der Tagesspiegel), Thursday March 16th 2017 at 6:30 pm

As the first artist of the second cohort of the Artist in Residence Programme 2017 in cooperation with the Galleries Association of Berlin (lvbg) the photographer Henrik Strömberg (Grundemark Nilsson Gallery) is continuing his work in the AArtist Studio on the roof of the FFO. He will concentrate there on his ongoing work “Object Amnesic – The Compost”. Take the chance to visit this unique studio!

AArtist Studio on the roof of the Federal Foreign Office, entrance Kurstraße 36, 10117 Berlin, Germany.
NOTE: Please register for the guided tour with full name via and make sure to be on time. It is requested to carry a photo ID for the admission control.

Welcome to the panel discussion LIFE IN THE BUBBLE.

Saturday February 25, 4 pm.
Lindenstrasse 34, Berlin.

Presentation Inge Klöpfer, Publicist and Author at the FAZ Sonntagszeitung.
Ivo Wessel, Art collector
Yvon Chabrowski, Video artist
Julia Charlotte Richter, Video artist

NOTE: The discussion will be held in German.

– Why is it, that we live increasingly in our (own) bubbles?
– What are the consequences for our society?

– The trend appears to be toward increasing polarization: is it a threat to democracy?

– How does the art community respond to these developments, and what kind of impact can it make?

These are questions referring to the exhibition LIFE IN THE BUBBLE at the Grundemark Nilsson Gallery. In daily life, each of us is governed by personally created “life bubbles” in which we relate to a social network we have chosen, by which we are linked to people who think and act similarly. This becomes particularly clear in our choice of friends, whether in the real or virtual world. In our increasingly global society this supposedly protected space is becoming more and more threatened by the outside world, creating fears which in turn lead to behavioral changes.

In the exhibition nine international video artists present twelve works which consider this societal phenomenon from several perspectives and at different meta-levels.

Haute Rotterdam!

Our next fair is
Haute Photografie in Rotterdam, NL
8 – 12 February 2017

Inka and Niclas
Christer Strömholm

LP2 in Las Palmas
Wilhelminakade 326, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Opening hours:
VIP Preview: Wed 8 February 11.00-18.00
Wed 8 February 18.00-23.00
Tue 9 February 12.00-19.00
Fri:10 February 12.00-19.00
Sat 11 February 11.00-22.00
Sun 12 February 11.00-18.00

Happy Holidays!

We would like to thank all visitors, collectors, artists and friends for a fantastic year. We are looking forward to new projects, exhibitions and art fairs and we hope you will join us!

Our Stockholm gallery is closed until January 26 due to construction works.

Paris Photo 2016

After the solo show at Paris Photo 2015 with the artist Dawid (Sweden, 1949), we will this year present selected art works by three of our artists: Sascha Weidner (Germany, 1976 – 2015), Inka&Niclas (Sweden, 1985 and 1984) and Margot Wallard (France, 1978).

The work of Sascha Weidner deals with the creation of a radical subjective pictorial world. His photographs are characterized by perceptions, aspirations and illuminate the world of the subconscious. His work has been exhibited and published internationally.
The publisher Hatje Cantz has, just recently released the book Intermission II.

For Margot Wallard the forest became a place of resistance, somewhere where she could give free rein to that part of herself that does not cheat. With long exposures, leaving the shutter sufficient time to etch onto the film of the movements of the soul. Besides being her own model, she scans the things around her – animal, vegetable or mineral. By using the means of recording reality in its purest expression, she finds a different way of coming to grips with it. The series Natten will be published as a book in 2017.

The artist couple Inka & Niclas work circulates around expectations on nature and the landscape, and how photographs have formed those expectations. Differentiating between the physical and photographic worlds they are interested in the act of taking a photograph and often work with very momentarily made installations and actions done only for the camera.

NOTE! Inka&Niclas will sign their new book The Belt of Venus and the Shadow of the Earth (Kerber Verlag) on Friday November 11, 6pm at our booth D30.


Grand Palais
Avenue Winston Churchill
75008 Paris


Tuesday by invitation only
Wednesday by invitation only
Thursday 12-8 pm
Friday 12-8 pm
Saturday 12-8 pm
Sunday 12-7 pm

Martin Mlecko

We mourn for our artist and dear friend Martin Mlecko, * October 15th, 1951 – † September 25th, 2016.
We remember him with a reminder of his work Les choses de la vie.
Wolfgang Schöddert wrote:

“Berlin, October 14th, 2012

Dear Martin,

So now your things of life are being turned into book and for this occasion I thought for a long time about first describing them from an art historical point of view. In the meantime I`m very certain of the fact that I am incapable of this since I am too close to the individual subjects and I connect each of them too closely with you in order for me to still approach the task retrospectively and professionally. I know how these things surround you, I know the colours and some of their histories, and because I’ve witnessed the evolution of the series since we installed them for the first time in Rudolf Springer’s private viewing rooms, I consider some of the subjects to also be the things of my life.

The questions that have connected me to the series from the beginning are still important to me today. Whether the white painted wall of an apartment is already painting? Whether in selecting a pigment, is the choice between silicate mineral paint or lime paint already indication of an artistic approach? What the structure of the surface means and what role does the traceability of a brush compared to the traces of a lambskin or artificial roller play? What impact does furniture have? Does its size relate to the wall and to the room as well? What effect do flowers have? What is it about the materiality of a hand towel and a freshly peeled bundle of asparagus lying on top of it?

At first this thinking about the quality of the everyday made me think about the connections to architecture. How does modern architecture deal with the possibilities and shortcomings of our perception? Do ideal proportions and relationships perhaps exist, and if so what is their effect, and ultimately is architectura perhaps indeed mater artium? With this and many other thoughts I encountered your enthusiasm for Joris Huysmans’ Against the Grain twenty years ago. I remember you finding more and more antiquarian copies, sometimes bound in blue or yellow leather, in order to hand them out to friends so that they could also get to know the life of Duc Jean Floressas Des Esseintes. He, who elected to look for happiness in absolute solitude following a life of excess in Paris, understood his house as a place he could devote to a beauty that touches all the senses and the experience of colours and materials, of aromas and all their subtleties and of many, equally enchanting, as well as extravagant details. Ultimately, this perfect augmented my thoughts and your things of life as the contemporary translation of the Duc Des Esseintes’ worldview that Huysmans describes.

You once said it would be enough to point the way and everyone must decide the rest for themselves. I think the things of life, the choses de la vie, were and are in this context a wonderful project!

Until soon, most warmly, Wolfgang”


Wir trauern um unseren Künstler und lieben Freund Martin Mlecko 15.10.1951 – 25.09.2016.
Wir gedenken ihm mit einer Erinnerung an seine Arbeit Die Dinge des Lebens.
Wolfgang Schöddert schrieb dazu:

“Berlin, 14. Oktober 2012

Lieber Martin,

nun wird also aus Deinen Dingen des Lebens ein Buch und ich habe lange überlegt, sie aus diesem Anlass einmal kunsthistorisch zu beschreiben. Inzwischen bin ich mir allerdings sehr sicher, dass ich das nicht kann, da mir die einzelnen Motive viel zu nah sind und sich jedes einzelne zu sehr mit Dir verbindet, als dass ich es noch retrospektiv und professionell bearbeiten könnte. Ich weiß, wie Dich die Dinge umgeben, kenne ihre Farben und einige ihrer Geschichten und da ich die Entwicklung der Serie erlebe, seitdem wir sie in den Räumen von Rudolf Springer zum ersten Mal gehängt haben, sehe ich manches Motiv inzwischen auch als ein Ding meines Lebens an.

Bis heute sind mir die Fragen wichtig, die sich für mich von Anfang an mit der Serie verbunden haben. Ob die weiß gestrichene Wand einer Wohnung bereits Malerei ist? Ob sich in der Entscheidung zu einer Dispersion, zu einer mineralischen Farbe oder zu einer Kreide schon eine künstlerische Haltung ausdrückt? Was die Struktur der Oberfläche bedeutet und welche Rolle die Nachvollziehbarkeit eines Pinsels gegenüber den Spuren einer Rolle aus Lammfell oder Kunststoff spielt? Was bewirkt ein Möbel? Steht seine Größe in einem Verhältnis zur Wand und darüber hinaus zum Raum? Was bewirken Blumen? Was ist mit der Stofflichkeit eines Handtuchs und einem Bund Spargel der darauf liegt, nachdem er von Hand geschält wurde?

Mich hat das Nachdenken über die Qualität des Alltäglichen zunächst in den Zusammenhängen der Architektur interessiert. Wie geht modernes Bauen mit den Möglichkeiten und Defiziten unserer Wahrnehmung um? Gibt es vielleicht ideale Proportionen und Verhältnisse und wenn es sie gibt, was bewirken sie und ist die architectura am Ende vielleicht tatsächlich mater artium? Damit und mit vielen anderen Gedanken, traf ich vor zwanzig Jahren auf Deine Begeisterung für Joris Huysmans Gegen den Strich. Ich erinnere mich, dass Du immer wieder, manchmal in blaues oder gelbes Leder gebundene, antiquarische Ausgaben gefunden hast, um sie an Freunde zu verschenken, damit auch sie das Leben des Duc Jean Floressas Des Esseintes kennen lernen können. Er, der nach einem ausschweifenden Leben in Paris sein Glück in einer vollkommenen, selbst gewählten Einsamkeit sucht, hat sein Haus als einen Ort begriffen, das er einer alle Sinne berührenden Schönheit und dem Erleben von Farben und Materialien, von Düften und all ihren Feinheiten und von vielen, ebenso zauberhaften, wie mitunter extravaganten Details widmen konnte. Ich sah darin eine ideale Bereicherung meiner Gedanken und Deine Dinge des Lebens schließlich als zeitgenössische Übersetzung der von Huymans beschriebenen Weltsicht des Duc Des Esseintes.

Du hast einmal gesagt, es würde genügen, Hinweise zu geben, und den Rest müsse jeder selber entscheiden. Ich glaube, die Dinge des Lebens, die Choses des la vie, waren und sind in diesem Zusammenhang ein wunderbares Projekt!

Auf bald, ganz herzlich

September 2016

Autumn season has started and we are looking forward to meet you in our two venues, Berlin and Stockholm. The exhibition Book of Leon in Stockholm was a huge success and a minor earthquake in visitors. The photographer Nina Siemiatkowski´s ambitious series about a lion tribe in Kenya are nearly sold out and we are all grateful for the donations to saving the wildlife.

Next upcoming fair is Unseen in Amsterdam, NL, September 23-25.
Visit us in booth #38.

Klönneplein 1
1014 DD Amsterdam

Friday 23 September — 11.00-21.00
Saturday 24 September — 11.00-20.00
Sunday 25 September — 11.00-17.00

We are attending at Unseen for the third year in a row, this time exhibiting two of our newest artists, Margot Wallard (FR) and Henrik Strömberg (SE). Both making two-dimensional photography into objects and several pieces are premieres at Unseen. See their works here.

Art Week in Berlin is getting closer. The exhibition Circular Wait by Martina Hoogland Ivanow will be on display in our gallery even if some weeks before the official opening. Welcome for a preview.  Separate invitation for the opening on October 1 will be sent.

Johan Österholm is selected into the exhibition Flyktpunkt, a selection of graduated BA and MA students in Sweden. Opening September 15 at CFF in Stockholm. Co-curator is Kim Knoppers, curator at Foam in Amsterdam.

Henrik Strömberg, will show his works at the Salonistes in Venice, The Ephemeral Collection, curated by Jens Soneryd.
Opening October 7, 2016, Castello 925, Venice. Henrik Strömberg received in July the Research Grant from the City of Berlin, Berlin Senat Stipendium, for his series Statues.

July 2016

We just opened the group exhibition Perceptions, June 25 – September 10, (Summer break July 24 – August 25) including works by the artists Dawid, Henrik Isaksson Garnell, Henrik Strömberg, Martin Mlecko, Pernilla Zetterman and Uta Neumann. Come and see the show! Finissage on September 9-10.

Next opening on September 16, (Berlin Art Week) is Circular Wait by Martina Hoogland Ivanow. The exhibition will be part of the European Month of Photography Berlin.

End of June is the last week of the group exhibition Freezing Point in Stockholm including works by the artists Julia Hetta, Jaana Maijala, Inka&Niclas, Martina Hoogland Ivanow, Jenny Källman, Julia Peirone, Bärbel Praun, Margot Wallard and Pernilla Zetterman. We are closing July 2 but will be open by appointment the whole summer.

On August 25 the charity exhibition Book of Leon by Nina Siemiatkowski (SE) will have the world premiere as part of our event program. After four years of hard work and five months in the field, Siemiatkowski will present her photo series Book of Leon. The exhibition, which runs until the 6th of September, tells the story of a specific pride of lions in the Masai Mara National Reserve in south-western Kenya. All revenue from the project will be donated to lion conservation.

Our season in Stockholm starts September 10 with the eagerly awaited artists Inka&Niclas first major solo exhibition in Sweden, just recently selected as one of four young and emerging artists to keep an eye on by the magazine The Forumist.

Artist news
Henrik Strömberg

Camera Austria, review by Rebecca Wilton of Mashti monograph, texts by Jens Soneryd and Katharina Wendler.
39 Null Magazin, feature / text by Felix Fiedler, Spring issue, 2016
-Upcoming solo show in September is Saloniste at Project Room in Venice, curated by Jens Soneryd.

Upcoming fairs
Unseen Amsterdam, NL September 23-25
Paris Photo, France November 10-13


We are pleased to announce a solo show by the German photographer Martin Mlecko at Photo Basel in Switzerland, June 15 – 19. Meet us in booth #24.
Address: Volkshaus Basel, Rebgasse 12-14, CH – 4058 Basel

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May 2016

Dear friends,
This is the last week of Julia Hetta´s successful exhibition Out of Context at our new gallery space in Stockholm. The exhibition Zone V/Wunder by Denise Grünstein will continue at our Berlin gallery until June 18. Opening hours, both in Stockholm and Berlin, Wed-Sat 12-18h.

We are also announcing that Greger Ulf Nilson will from now on be focusing on his own projects and is ending the partnership. We wish him good luck!

Upcoming show in Stockholm
The exhibition Fryspunkt/Freezing Point is our upcoming group show in Stockholm with nine contemporary artists from Sweden, Finland, Germany and France. Separate invitation will be sent. Opening May 28.

Upcoming fair
Photo Basel
We are pleased to announce a solo show by the German photographer Martin Mlecko at Photo Basel in Switzerland, June 15 – 19. Meet us in booth #24.
Address: Volkshaus Basel, Rebgasse 12-14, CH – 4058 Basel

Artists´ news
Johan Österholm is participating in
– Group exhibition Screen & Mirrors, until August 21, at Borås Konstmuseum, Sweden
– Scholarship exhibition of Swedish Master students until May 22, at Konstakademien, Stockholm, Sweden
– He is also selected among more than 200 applications for a Residency in Luxembourg – Artists Development Programme 2016 by the European Investment Bank Institute. He will be mentored by the British visual artist Darren Almond.

Henrik Strömberg is participating in
– Group exhibition Kollision until June 26th in Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin, Germany.
– Group exhibiton Geheimnis until May 29, at the Kunstverein Kunsthaus Potsdam, Germany.

April 2016

Dear friends,
the opening in Stockholm last weekend was a huge success. Thank you all for visiting!

We are at the AIPAD Show in New York, USA on April 13-17, showing vintage prints by Christer Strömholm and Dawid plus unique contemporary collages by Henrik Strömberg.
Visit us in booth 219.
Park Avenue Amory
643 Park Avenue
New York, USA

Artist news
Henrik Isaksson Garnell was invited to participate at KunstKraftWerk’s Think Tank in Leipzig, Germany during April 11-15 as preparations for the upcoming festival 9 Evenings Revisited. Curator Candace Goodrich.

Henrik Strömberg is curated into two more group exhibitions this Spring: Kollision. Im Labyrinth der unheimlichen Zufälle postulates a renaissance of a surrealistic aesthetic. Curators are Conny Becker and Maria-José Ourtilane. April 1 – June 26 in Kunstraum Kreuzberg / Bethanien, Berlin, Germany. ¨
Geheimnis curated by Dr. Birgit Möckel, Kunstverein KunstHaus Potsdam, Germany April 17 – May 29.

Gallery Weekend Berlin
Denise GrünsteinZone V/Wunder is our next opening on April 29. Separate invitation will be sent.

March 2016

Dear friends, we have the pleasure of sharing the following news with you:

New gallery opening in Stockholm
The Gallery will open a new space at Sibyllegatan 26 in Stockholm, Sweden. Increasing interest in contemporary Scandinavian photography has prompted us to extend our gallery to the Nordic countries. In recent years, our gallery program has expanded to include artists from countries such as Germany and France. A second gallery in Stockholm will enable us to introduce notable international photo-based artists to this region and increase our representation of our Scandinavian artists in their local area.

The Swedish gallery opens its first exhibition on April 9 with a new series by the Swedish photographer Julia Hetta.

New partner
Greger Ulf Nilson, owner and director of Gun Gallery in Stockholm will join us as a new partner and curator. Nilson, who has worked as an art director, graphic designer and curator since 1980, is well known in the photography world and we are happy to have him onboard.

The Swedish Photo Book Prize 2016 awarded to Martina Hoogland Ivanow. The artist has won this prize for the publication of a boxed set of two books: Circular Wait and Satellite, a collaboration between the artist and the Swedish publishers Livraison Books and Art and Theory Publishing.
Hoogland Ivanow has also been awarded a two-year working grant by The Swedish Arts Grants Committee 2016-2018.

Johan Österholm‘s MFA Degree Show Peculiar Motions at Dusk at KHM Gallery in Malmö, Sweden, was on show until March 5. Please contact us for more information and visual material. Österholm will be participating in the group show Screens and Mirrors at Borås Art Museum, Borås, Sweden, curated by Karolina Pahlén, which opens on April 23.

Note that our Berlin location is now Lindenstrasse 34, 10969 Berlin. Opening hours Wednesday – Saturday 12-6 pm. Warmly welcome!

January 2016

Welcome to our new space at Lindenstrasse 34 in Berlin, Germany. We are slowly moving in but are open, showing a delicate selection by Martin Mlecko, Dawid, Henrik Strömberg and Johan Österholm. More expanding news is our venue in Stockholm, Sweden. We will soon start to renovate and will be open to the public in April. More information to come.

Christer Strömholm´s exhibition at Pace/MacGill in New York is ongoing until February 20. Read more under Current.

Johan Österholm is part of the group exhibition La Camera, On the Materialilty of Photography at Palazzo De´ Toschi in Bologna, Italy. Ongoing until February 28.

Season´s Greetings and a happy New Year!

Dear friends,
Yet another year, filled with exciting events and wonderful encounters is coming to an end. We would like to take this opportunity to wish you a fantastic holiday season and happy New Year! We would like to thank our artists for their great work and all our friends and supporters for their interest and endorsement.

We are looking forward to announce several great news in January.
Merry Merry Christmas!

image: Lars Tunbjörk

November 2015

The 19th edition of Paris Photo, which opened November 12 and was scheduled to run until Sunday, closed early in the wake of the terrorist attacks of Friday night. “The Paris Photo team and all the exhibitors extend their sincere condolences and sympathy to the families of the victims of the attacks and share in the national mourning,” read a statement on the Paris Photo website. We join them. We had a solo show and a book relase by Dawid. His retrospective book This is a Photograph is now available to order from us or at a bookstore close to you.

We are now planning for the next Fair, Scope Miami.
We will show works by Inka and Niclas, Henrik Isaksson Garnell, Martin Mlecko and Pernilla Zetterman.

SCOPE Miami Beach’s monumental pavilion will once again be situated on historic Ocean Drive to welcome 45,000 visitors over the course of 6 days. Over 125 international Exhibitors will present groundbreaking emerging work, alongside SCOPE’s Breeder and Featured Programs.
SCOPE Miami Beach opens to VIPs and Press on Tuesday December 1 for its Platinum First View and Preview events; the show will run December 2 – 6, 2015.
Visit us in booth F19.

October/November 2015

An edition from Martin Mlecko`s series Die Dinge des Lebens (Things of life) is selected for the November issue of the German artmagazine Weltkunst.
Note that Mlecko´s exhibition Private is prolonged until the end of the year.

Pace MacGill Gallery in New York, USA will exhibit our artist Dawid together with Callahan and Sugimoto during the autumn. Opening October 29.

Dawid’s upcoming retrospective book by publishing house Art&Theory will be released at Paris Photo.We will have a solo show by Dawid at Paris Photo with a delicate mix of rare vintage prints and contemporary works. Book signing by Dawid November 12, 5.30 pm at booth D40.

November 12-15, 2015
Booth D40

Grand Palais
Avenue Winston Churchill
75008 Paris

Thursday 12 – Saturday 14, 12 to 8:00 pm
Sunday 15, 12 to 7:00 pm

September 2015

Don´t miss Pernilla Zetterman´s finissage September 3, 7-9 pm at LOGE in Berlin. She is present.

We are prolonging Martin Mlecko´s studio exhibition Private until the end of the year. Open by appointment.

This year´s Unseen Photo Fair in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, will take place from the 18th to the 20th of September at the Westergasfabriek. Meet us at booth 31, we will show works by Inka and Niclas, Henrik Isaksson Garnell and Johan Österholm.

Klönneplein 1
1014 DD Amsterdam

Friday 18 September 12.00-22.00
Saturday 19 September 11.00-20.00
Sunday 20 September 11.00-17.00

July 2015

Time for some holiday in July but we are open by appointment.
The autumn will be full of good news, let us know of you want to be at our mailing list.

Next event is the Photo festival in Landskrona, Sweden. See Johan Österholm´s exhibition Family Portraits at Kasernplan, Landskrona Museum, during the festival. Meet us all in Landskrona August 20-23.
Enjoy the summer!

June 2015

Welcome to visit us at booth A12 at Photo Basel, Switzerland
Ackermannshof, St. Johanns-Vorstadt 19-21, CH-4056 Basel
We will have a solo show containg a fine selection of Inka and Niclas work.

Show dates: June 17 – 20, 2015
VIP opening: June 16, 2015 (by invitation only)

Our pop-up exhibition by Pernilla Zetterman can be seen at daytime at LOGE, Friedrichstrasse 210, Berlin-Checkpoint Charlie during the whole summer.

We congratulate JH Engström, winner of the Leica Oscar Barnack Award 2015 for his project Tout Va Bien. Parts of the series were shown by us at Unseen 2014.

Tout Va Bien does not handle a concrete subject in the traditional sense. The Swedish photographer JH Engström intends his project to be seen much more as visual poetry – a photographic narrative with strong autobiographical elements. Despite this, it does not exclusively depict aspects of his own life. Tout Va Bien is a sequence of widely differing images. The winning series includes both portraits and landscapes, as well as bizarre snapshots like the photograph of the birth of his twins. The photographer also switches between exposures in black and white and colour. Engström plays with contrasts and leaves it to viewers to find their own ways of reading and interpreting each picture.

May 2015

The fair AIPAD was a success and we are already looking forward to the next spring in New York.
Works by several of our artists were sold to American Museums and private collectors. We had an all time high selling week!

As we already have announced we are broaden our programme to represent not solely Swedish artists. Our on going show Private is our first collaboration with Martin Mlecko, well-established photo based artist from Germany.
Among other works Mlecko shows a silver gelatin collage of a book-filled wall in an apartment in Eastern Berlin, comprising primarily socialist/Marxist economic literature which become as symbol of decline. If a volume is removed, the entire “system” threatens to collapse. If you would like to attend please contact the gallery in advance, Private is a studio exhibition.

Our upcoming exhibition is a video work to be shown at the exhibition space LOGE by our artist Pernilla Zetterman, known from the Helsinki School.
Separate invitation will be sent.

Lars Tunbjörk and Sascha Wieder

APRIL 13, 2015
This past week we lost two of our very important artists and friends.
We are mourning the much to early death of Lars Tunbjörk (1956 – 2015) and Sascha Weidner (1976 – 2015).
Our thoughts go out to their friends and families.

March 2015

Dear friends,
we have signed three more fantastic artists and are looking forward to introduce them for you in the near future.
Martin Mlecko, Germany
Sascha Weidner, Germany
Johan Österholm, Sweden

We are soon on our way to New York and the photo fair AIPAD at the Armory Building.
We are showcasing solely rare analog prints by Björn Abelin, Dawid, Agneta Ekman, Gunnar Smoliansky, Christer Strömholm and Johan Österholm. Visit us at booth 408.

AIPAD, Armory Building
643 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10065

Show hours:
Wednesday, April 15
Press and VIP Preview: 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Opening Night Preview Public Hours: 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Thursday, April 16
11:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Friday, April 17
11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, April 18
11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Sunday, April 19
11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.


February 2015

Dear friends,
some news from us to you.

The group exhibition Macrocosmi in Bologna, Italy is prolonged until february 20.
Check out the film from the opening event at Due Punti Lab.

Our artist Dawid is exhibiting also in Sweden at Konsthallen Hishult until March 8. Urval is a selection of his big and fantastic production during the years.

if you are in Stockholm during February or March you have to see Vårsalongen at Liljevalchs Konsthall. A fantastic group exhibition with 119 Swedish artists at the age from 18 to 90.

January 2015

Dear friends,
we hope you have started the New Year in a good mood for a new exciting art year. It is now time for our pop-up exhibition number two:
Macrocosmi – Ordnungen anderer Art at Grundemark Nilsson Gallery c/o Due Punti Lab in Bologna, Italy.


Pernilla Zetterman

Inka and Niclas

Henrik Isaksson Garnell

Our four artists are selected into the group exhibition Macrocosmi – Ordnungen anderer Art. Pascual Jordan, Germany and Martina Cavallarin, Italy has curated the exhibition that will take place during the art fair Arte Fiera Bologna.

Due Punti Lab is an association founded to promote the project communication and research in architecture, design and art through the innovative culture and language of the avant garde.

The macrocosm concerns the world of the extremely large. Here too we make use of various technical aids and models based on physics, mathematics, technology and on philosophy.
In astronomy and cosmology scientists use mathematical models and technical devices such as telescopes and space probes to comprehend the origins, structure and evolution of the universe. Today, the concept of microcosm has been dominated by sociology to mean a small group of individuals whose behaviour is typical of a larger social body encompassing it. A microcosm can be seen as a special kind of epitome. Conversely, a macrocosm is a social body made of smaller compounds.

Dawid´s series MK/AW is a study of the broadcasting patterns can be regarded as the cosmic microwave background. When we think there is no broadcast, maybe it is just us who don´t receive the signals.

Pernilla Zetterman´s snowy works are hiding an intricate story to a racing track in Sweden. Trollbäcken was nearly her home during her carrier as an athlete. As a non-speaking child she used all her force to extend the limits of her physical body.

Inka and Niclas three works are from the series Saga. Human experience lives in the supranatural space between solid realities and phantasmic imaginings, the transformative moments when fantasies magic the tangible into the metaphysical.

Henrik Isaksson Garnell series Fetus conquer the boundaries of our Earth into the entire cosmos. The life forms the artist has created in his laboratory invites us to participate in his own metaphysical world. The series The Painter´s Skin is his latest work. Skin is the covering that provides the body with its shape. It is through the skins function as a sensory organ that we receive stimulation from the outside, and make contact with the world.

January 21-February 20, 2015

Opening reception: January 21, 7.30 – 10 pm
Address: Due Punti Lab
Via Solferino n 19
40124 Bologna

December 2014

For the third year in a row we participated at the art fair Context Art Miami, USA.
We presented works by Pernilla Zetterman, Sascha Weidner, Inka&Niclas and Ulf Rollof that are now included in new international collections.
Our catalogue FOUR was released at the fair containing a documentation of all exhibitions in our gallery during 2013/14 by the artists Inka&Niclas, Björn Abelin, Martina Hoogland Ivanow, JH Engström and Henrik Isaksson Garnell and an essay by Dr. Heike Fuhlbrügge, Germany.
Artist activities:
Tuija Lindström; Un rêve s’il en fut jamais (solo exhibition) at Institut Suédois in Paris, France, which was part of the European Month of Photography. Curator Dragana Vujanovic, Hasselblad Foundation, Sweden (until January 18, 2015).

Christer Strömholm Eyes wide open! 100 years of Leica Photography curated by Hans-Michael Koetzle at Deichtorhallen in Hamburg, Germany, together with works by a.o. Alexander Rodtschenko, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Capa
(until January 11, 2015).

Dawid, Inka&Niclas, Henrik Isaksson Garnell and Pernilla Zetterman will participate in the group exhibition, Macrocosmi, at the space Due Punti Lab in Bologna, Italy. Pascual Jordan and Mirko Freiwald, Berlin have curated the exhibition, which will take place during the art fair Arte Fiera Bologna, 23 – 26 January 2015.
Macrocosmi, Opening: 21 January 2015, Due Punti Lab, Via Solferino 19, Bologna Emilia-Romagna, Italy. (January 21 – 26, 2015)

We wish you all a Happy Holiday!

Nina Grundemark and Dorothée Nilsson


For the third year in a row we are participating at the art fair Context Art Miami. We are pleased to present works by the following artists:

Pernilla Zetterman
Sascha Weidner
Ulf Rollof

We are also releasing our brand new catalogue FOUR at the fair, including works by Inka&Niclas, Björn Abelin, Martina Hoogland Ivanow, JH Engström and Henrik Isaksson Garnell.

You are warmly welcome to the VIP Preview on December 2. Please let us know if we shall reserve VIP or Day tickets for you at the entrance.
phone: 00491705470707


DECEMBER 3 – 7, 2014

Wednesday and Thursday, December 3-4: 11 am – 7 pm

Friday, December 5: 11 am – 8 pm

Saturday, December 6: 11 am – 7 pm

Sunday, December 7: 11 am – 6 pm

The CONTEXT | Art Miami Pavillion Midtown | Wynwood Arts District 2901 NE 1st Avenue Miami, FL 33137

October 2014

As part of the European Month of Photography we are showing the pop up exhibition Pushing Reality. It is hosted at:
c/o Alexander Ochs Projects
Besselstrasse 14, 10969 Berlin

Opening hours: Tue-Sat 12-6 pm

In cooperation with the Embassy of Iceland, Icelandic Art Center, Reykjavik Photo Museum, Petur Arason Collection and Galerie Nordenhake.

Saturday October 18, 6-7.30 pm.

Art, Nature and Society; a relationship in progress?
Interaction between society, artists and nature – how does nature, culture, the welfare society and radical changes influence the individual artistic work?

Nordic Embassies, Felleshus, Rauchstrasse 1, Berlin.

Panel members:
Dodda Maggy, Artist
Daniel Reuter, Artist
Spessi, Artist
Einar Falur Ingolfsson, Art critic
Katia Reich, Art Historian
Nina Grundemark, Curator
Moderated by Dr. Christiane Stahl, Director of Alfred Ehrhardt Foundation, Berlin.

November 6 at 7 pm the photo based artist Daniel Reuter will have an artist talk lead by Katia Reich, Art Historian. Mr Reuter lives in Iceland but was born in Germany 1976, he is part of our ongoing exhibition Pushing Reality. In 2013 Mr Reuter graduated with his Master Thesis History of the Visit at Hartford Art School in Connecticut, USA. It also resulted in a photo book with the same title at the publisher Peperoni Books, Berlin. The book was nominated for the First Photobook of the Year Award by Paris Photo/Aperture in 2013.

Katia Reich is an Art historian and Curator; since 2013 Member of Advisory Board and Jury of 6th European Month of Photography Berlin and Director of Loock Galerie, Berlin. Her key activities are Contemporary Art and Photography. The European Month of Photography Berlin is the largest German festival for photography.

The artist talk will be held in German.

September 2014

Dear friends of the gallery,
the fall art season has started!
While waiting for our new permanent location we will be doing pop-up exhibitions and present our artists on art fairs during the upcoming period. Our showroom, based in Berlin-Mitte, is open for prior appointments only; please contact us for arrangements.

Meet us at the photo fair Unseen, Amsterdam, September 18-21.
We are showing premieres by Inka&Niclas and JH Engström. Additionally we are presenting works by Gerry Johansson and Henrik Isaksson Garnell at the Unseen Collection. During the evening programme on Friday 19th, the Premiere Presentations will offer visitors of Unseen an exclusive insight into the stories behind some of the premiering work that makes its debut at the fair this year. Mediated by a member of the Unseen Board, a selection of 9 premiering artists (TBC) spanning a range of different genres will take to the floor for 5 minutes to talk about their work. Don’t miss out on this special chance to meet the artist and their premieres first hand. Inka & Niclas are selected to speak at 8 pm.

JH Engström´s big solo show at FOAM in Amsterdam opens at September 11. On Friday 12 at 4pm JH Engström will sign his books at the local brewery and tasting room Butcher’s Tears at the Karperweg 45 in Amsterdam. The unique books by JH Engström are collector’s items. Some of them are no longer available at bookstores and others are collector’s items of the future. Butcher’s Tears offers special ‘Engström’ beer for the occasion. The book signing is open to everyone and reservation is not required.

As part of the official programme of Monat der Fotografie (MdF) we are presenting the exhibition Pushing Reality – Icelandic photography. Opening night October 17, 7-9 pm. It is hosted by c/o Alexander Ochs Projects, Besselstrasse 14, 10969 Berlin. We are also arranging a panel discussion at the Felleshus, the public space of the Nordic Embassies in Berlin, October 18 6.00-7.30 pm. Moderation by Dr. Christiane Stahl, director of Alfred Ehrhardt Foundation.
More information will be sent in October.

The exhibition Ett sätt att leva/A way of life, September 6, 2014 – February 15, 2015, at Moderna Museet in Stockholm is showing selected works from the collection including several of our artists like Dawid, JH Engström, Lars Tunbjörk, Agneta Ekman, Gunnar Smoliansky, Christer Strömholm and Tuija Lindström.

Martina Hoogland Ivanow has made the music video “Looking for you” by the British singer Marianne Faithfull. It was filmed at the Swedish island Fårö this summer. Hoogland Ivanow´s dreamlike movie is strongly connected to her own artistic work. Link to the movie.

Our catalogue FOUR will be released in October at c/o Alexander Ochs Projects, including works by the artists Inka&Niclas, Björn Abelin, Martina Hoogland Ivanow, JH Engström and Henrik Isaksson Garnell shown in our gallery during Fall 2013 – Summer 2014.

Best regards
Nina Grundemark and Dorothee Nilsson

July 2014

It’s summer and time for some news.
We changed our name from Swedish Photography into Grundemark Nilsson Gallery, now we’re changing our premises in Fall 2014 – more information to come.
In the meantime please visit us in our showroom in the Köpenickerstrasse 126, 10179 Berlin, by appointment call: +49 170 5470707 or email:

Our next fair will be the Unseen Photo Fair, 18 – 21 September in Amsterdam, NL.

Artist news:
Inka&Niclas are getting married in July! Congrats! Their next exhibition will be at our booth at the fair Unseen.

Dawid will have an exhibition at Shoot Gallery in Oslo, Norway, opening August 28. He is also working on a large format retrospective book, published by Art and Theory Publishing, which will be released in 2015.

Agneta Ekman will have a solo show at Landskrona Photofestival, August 22-24. She made a marvelous series called Tall-Maja in 1965 and parts of it will also be shown at Moderna Museet in Stockholm, opening at September 5.

JH Engström will have a major exhibition at Foam in Amsterdam during Fall, opening in September. You can also see a part of his latest work Tout va Bien at our booth at Unseen, 18 – 21 September.

– This is the last week of Henrik Isaksson Garnell´s exhibition before closing. He will present his first published book Dissonance (Kehrer Verlag, Heidelberg) at the bookstore Konst-ig in Stockholm, September 2. Mark your calender.

We wish you all a great summer!

April 2014

Dear Friends,
after a busy week in New York at the AIPAD Photography Show, with a lot of attention from museums and collectors, we had some days off to celebrate Easter. We hope you did too.

Our upcoming show will also be a book presentation.
Henrik Isaksson Garnell releases his monograph Dissonance at Kehrer Verlag, with texts by Celina Lunsford and Bill Kouwenhoven, at the opening May 16. It is Isaksson Garnell´s second solo show at our gallery. A separate invitation will be sent.

Furthermore we are delighted to announce the following news about our artists:

Right now you can see a big selection of Gerry Johansson´s works at Malmö Konsthall in Sweden. Ongoing until June 15.

Inka and Niclas are releasing their new book Visible Spectrum at Conveyor Arts, USA very soon. If you are curious about it you can read the recent interview in Paper Journal.

Riga in Latvia is the European Capital of Culture 2014. Dawid is invited as one of the main solo photo exhibitors as well as Mary Ellen Mark. The Solo show Rost/Rust will open May 8 at Riga Art Space.

Tuija Lindström has been invited by the Ann Wolff Foundation to participate at the International Art Project. An outdoor exhibition in the ancient ruin Drotten in Visby on Gotland, Sweden. Opening: June 15.

Don´t miss our current exhibition of JH Engström´s series From Back Home at our space in Berlin, ongoing until May 10. Find an interview in Sleek Magazine.

We are looking forward to seeing you soon again.

March 2014

Dear Friends,
we are pleased to announce latest news about the gallery and our artists.

The name of the gallery is now changed to Grundemark Nilsson Gallery. It is a step in our strong ambition to support our artists and clients with a more distinct and visible management. We do apologize for an incomplete web site the first weeks. Please let us now if you have any questions.

Between April 10 – 13, we will be participating in the photo fair AIPAD in New York. We will present works by Gunnar SmolianskyChrister StrömholmDawidBjörn AbelinAgneta Ekman and Inka&Niclas.

Looking forward to meeting you at booth 407.
Thursday, April 10 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday, April 11 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday, April 12 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday, April 13 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Our on-going exhibition Speedway is accompanied by a beautiful and particular video work by Martina Hoogland Ivanow named Annelise Frankfurt (1926-2007). Annelise Frankfurt was a dancer and doll maker who fled the occupation of Austria in 1938 and lived an extraordinary life in Sweden. A film of 7,30 minutes with Hoogland Ivanow’s marvellous way of mastering the darkness. Last day is March 22.

In the art book 2140, released in January, Absolut Vodka is publishing 16 works from the series Apsis by our artist Henrik Isaksson Garnell, born 1987. Parts of the series Apsis were exhibited in our gallery in 2011. Isaksson Garnell´s first own book Dissonance, with essays by Bill Kouwenhoven and Celina Lunsford, is going to be published by the Kehrer Verlag later this year along with his second solo show in our gallery.

The next opening in Berlin will be on March 28, From Back Home by JH Engström. In his collection JH Engström traced his childhood memories back to the province of Värmland, in the west of Sweden. Together with his friend, the internationally acclaimed photographer Anders Petersen, Engström revisited his native land to pay tribute to the people, light and landscapes. A separate invitation will be sent.

Best regards

Nina Grundemark
Managing Director


Dorothee Nilsson
Gallery Director

November 2013

Dear Friends,
we will soon participate at the Art Fair Context Art Miami. We will present works by four of our artists:

Malou Bergman
Inka Lindergård & Niclas Holmström
Naun Rodrigo Juarez Gonzalez

We are looking forward greatly to meet you at Context. Welcome to visit us at booth #E65.


Opening Night | VIP Preview:
Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013, 5:30 to 10 pm
Exclusively for Art Miami | CONTEXT | Aqua
Art Miami and Art Basel Miami Beach
VIP cardholders and members of the press

General Admission Dates:
Wednesday Dec 4, 11 am – 7 pm
Thursday Dec 5, 11 am – 7 pm
Friday Dec 6, 11 am – 8 pm
Saturday Dec 7, 11 am – 7 pm
Sunday Dec 8, 11 am – 6 pm

Visiting Address:
The ArtMiami Pavilion Midtown, Wynwood Arts District, 3101 NE 1st Avenue Miami, FL 33137

Upcoming panel discussion at the Nordic Embassies in Berlin:

Our series of panel discussions will continue.
January 21, 2014, we will hold a panel discussion about „The Gender Perspective Within Photography“. It will be a co-operation with the Embassies of Sweden and Finland. Tuija Lindström was Sweden´s first female Art Professor, and as a strong feminist in a male dominant world of photographers, Lindström was roughly debated. We will discuss how the debate is today. Are there any differences between Sweden, Finland and Germany and do institutions value male and female artists equal when it comes to exhibitions and collections?

Panel members:
Tuija Lindström, Artist, Sweden/Finland
Anna-Kaisa Rastenberger, Director of the Photo Museum in Helsinki, Finland
Power Ekroth, Swedish, International curator in Germany
Dr. Thomas Köhler, Director at Berlinische Galerie in Berlin, Germany
Moderator: Elke Buhr, Deputy editor-in-chief at Monopol Magazin, Germany

The event will be accompanied by a slide show with selected works by Tuija Lindström and a release of the second volume of two books about her work by the Publishing House Art & Theory, Stockholm. Please let us know if you would like to visit the panel discussion. Seats are limited.

Warmly welcome.

June 2013

Dear Friends,
this spring has been exciting for us. We are now members of AIPAD, the Association of International Photography Dealers and will be exhibiting at their Photography Show in New York in April 2014. More information to come and you can always follow us on Facebook to stay up to date.
We just returned from the art fair SP-Arte in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and we succeeded to place some of our artists in a few more international collections.

Aside from our own programme in Berlin, our artists are exhibiting in several other cities. Inka Lindergård & Niclas Holmström are currently having a solo show at the hotel Vier Jahreszeiten in Hamburg, Germany, and have been selected for a big group show in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in October. Martina Hoogland Ivanow´s big “retrospective” exhibition will open at Kulturhuset in Stockholm, Sweden, this September, and Dawid is exhibiting in the group show Stockholm New at the Museum Thielska galleriet, also in Stockholm.

Our Book of the Month is Julia Peirone´s More Than Violet, publishing house Art and Theory. Peirone is part of the group show Different Distances, currently shown at our space in Berlin. It will be our last exhibition before the summer break and we do recommend you to come and see it. The exhibition will travel to Washington DC in US in September.

We wish you all an enjoyable summer.

January 2013

Swedish Photography would like to wish all our friends and customers a happy, healthy and successful New Year! We have an exciting programme in store for this upcoming season, which will be kicked off on 15 February with the exhibition Deutschland by Gerry Johansson. Until then the gallery remains closed due to renovation of our office and storage.
We successfully concluded 2012 with good sales at the art fair Context Art Miami, which proved to be a great opportunity to introduce our artists to a broad international audience and the US market. The positive feedback we received was more than encouraging and we continue our ambition to place Swedish photography on the international art map.

For a number of our artists, 2013 starts off with solo exhibitions all over Europe: Dawid, who is one of Sweden’s most established and respected photobased artists, is currently shown at Landskrona Museum/Sweden. The exhibition 3D includes his latest series TOYS which we will show later this spring. The exhibition 3D runs until 31 March 2013.

Two of our young and emerging artists, Inka Lindergård & Niclas Holmström, will have their first solo exhibition in Denmark this month. The couple, who won the Swedish Photo Book Award in 2012 will be presenting their new body of work Becoming Wilderness at the gallery Green is Gold in Copenhagen/Denmark. The opening reception is on Friday January 25. The exhibition runs until 03 February 2013.
Since 16 January, three of Lars Tunbjörk’s series are being exhibited at Chateau d’Eau in Toulouse/France. Apart from Winter, which we presented in our last exhibition of 2012, this includes Tunbjörk’s series I love Borås and Office. The show will run until 17 March 2013.

As already mentioned above, we have the honour of showing Gerry Johansson’s series Deutschland, in which he takes the viewer on an unusual photographic journey through Germany’s diverse cultural landscape. Johansson makes us see the country through the Swedish eye – a perspective that is very rare to find. The individual places and objects he portrays are each symbols of a collective socio-cultural identity. The opening takes place on Friday, 15 February, from 7-9 pm. More information to come.

We are looking forward to seeing you at our exhibitions!
Welcome to Swedish Photography.

November 2012

Dear Friends,
welcome to our upcoming events. Here is a newletter to inform you about the season we are entering.

First of all, we’d like to congratulate our artists Inka Lindergård and Niclas Holmström, who won the prestigous award ‚Swedish Photo Book of the Year’. Their award-winning book Watching Humans Watching (2011, Kehrer Verlag) is available for sale at our book store.

We will also announce the book release by our artist Annika Thörn Legzdins, November 10 at 5 p.m. She is publishing her first book Translucence, (2012, Arena) and we are very pleased that the official release event takes place at Swedish Photography. Translucence is our “BOOK OF THE MONTH” for November.

Swedish Photography is going to be on the road again. During December 4-9 we will participate at the art fair CONTEXT Art Miami. We will show works by the following artists: Dawid, Inka Lindergård and Niclas Holmström, Pernilla Zetterman and Edvard Koinberg. Visit us at booth D7.

Panel Discussion
In connection with the „5. European Month of Photography and in cooperation with the Nordic Embassies in Berlin– we present a panel discussion on “Nordic Photography” on November 24 at 5 p.m. Inspired by Lars Tunbjörk’s Winter series, which is currently on show at the gallery, the central topic of the discussion will be the “Nordic Light“. Together with photographers from all five Nordic countries, we want to seek answers to the question whether and how the seasonal changes of the lighting conditions in Scandinavia influence the photographers.

The following photographers will be participating in the panel:
Joakim Eskildsen, Denmark
Riitta Päiväläinen, Finland
Katrin Elvarsdottir, Iceland
Nina Strand, Norway
Lars Tunbjörk, Sweden

The panel discussion will be moderated by Ann-Christin Bertrand, art historian and curator at the well-known exhibition forum C/O Berlin. It will be complemented by a slide show with selected works by all five photographers. Please let us know if you want to visit the event at Felleshus at the Nordic Embassies in Berlin.

September 2012

Autumn is full of good news, a new art season is about to start and our world at Swedish Photography is expanding steadily.

Our youngest artist Henrik Isaksson Garnell has been selected for this year’s Noorderlicht Photofestival in Holland, which will be showcasing 115 selected photographers from 36 countries. Visit the Museum Belvédère and the Heerenveen surroundings between September 2 and October 7.

When it comes to photo festivals, the world’s largest is the Pingyao International Photography Festival (PIP) in Pingyao/China. Nina Grundemark, owner of Swedish Photography, has curated the Swedish Pavillion together with curator Misha Pedan. From 19- 25 September you have the chance to experience photography from all over the world at PIP. We recently started to select the Book of the Month and our choice for September is our very own catalogue TWO, which was released on September 7 in connection with our season kick-off exhibition To Mom, Dad and My Two Brothers by Swedish-Iranian artist Aida Chehrehgosha. In late autumn, Chehrehgosha’s truly fascinating narration will be followed by stories from winterly Sweden: from 19 October Swedish Photography will show the series Winter by well- known photographer Lars Tunbjörk. We are looking forward to seeing you!