LETHE BY KATHARINA NUTTALL
(Release 06.11 2020)
Lethe is the first track from Katharina Nuttall's upcoming fourth solo studio album
The Garden. The album is a concept album about emotional flows and resurrection combining songs, instrumentals and spoken word. Inspired by Charles Baudelaire,
John Keats and dirt. The Garden is also a collaboration with visual artist Albin Biblom. Katharina Nuttall is releasing Lethe on November 6, 2020.
Photo: Carl Hjelte
EXHIBITION AT DUNKERS KULTURHUS
(20.10 2019 – 9.02 2020)
Works from The Journals of Jacob Mandeville, Rivers, Dreamers, Curiosity and
Control and Mechkar can be seen in Dunkers Kulturhus, Helsingborg, Sweden
as Albin Biblom is this year’s recipient of the Sandeng Swedish Photography
THE IMAGE’S POWER-PHOTO SEMINAR
(11-12. 10 2019)
In this year’s photo seminar we meet photographers and artists from different
parts of the world who talk about their work and their thoughts on illuminating
and questioning power structures in society. All interpersonal relations are characterised by social hierarchies and power relationships of various kinds.
Visual artists and documentary photographers must deal with these but also recognise the power they themselves possess. Participants: Jenny Rova, Albin Biblom, Tina Enghoff, Edit Marie Pasquier, Fredrik Svensk, Kilomba, Fanny Carinasdotter. Bildmuseet and Västerbottens museum, Umeå, Sweden. LINK
CURIOSITY AND CONTROL-EXHIBITION
Images from CURIOSITY AND CONTROL is now on display at Galleri Axel, Stockholm, Sweden. The exhibition is open Feb 21st-March 23th 2019.
Find the gallery and read the exhibition text by Kristoffer Leandoer HERE
CURIOSITY AND CONTROL-PREMIERE
We’re happy to announce that CURIOSITY AND CONTROL will have it’s international premiere at DOK LEIPZIG Nov 1st, 2018. Director Albin Biblom and producer Adam Marko-Nord will be present. For screenings in Leipzig have a look HERE. Even more curious? Here's more to READ.
Albin Biblom was commissioned by Stockholm Council´s Culture Administration to make artwork in the new cancer treatment building in Karolinska Solna, Stockholm, Sweden. Throughout the rooms nature is the theme, occasionally with interwoven quotes by Marie Curie. Part of the artwork has been placed in radiation-proof care rooms. Completed in the spring of 2018. See more images HERE
Review in New York Times of Witold Szablowski's book DANCING BEARS
True Stories of People Nostalgic for Life Under Tyranny. Witold's book, available
in Polish, Dutch and English features photographs from Mechkar. READ