Ole Brodersen (Norway)
Title: 'Cloth and Spring #09', 2016
Print Size: 17.5 x 22.25 inches Analog C-Print
Print Edition: 1/5 edition + 1 AP, hand-signed by the artist
Collection: FotoFilmic Collection
Exhibition: FOTOFILMIC17 SPRING SHORTLIST SHOW (PULP Gallery, Vancouver)
Photographer Interview: FOTOFILMIC17 Online ShortList Feature
Ships as: Mounted and Framed
Ole Brodersen is a Norwegian art photographer who works with staged landscapes. His most known series “Trespassing” explores encounters between man and nature, and is produced in the island society Lyngør where he grew up as 12th generation. He is strongly affiliated to this place and the maritime elements here dominate his motifs. His father is a sail maker, his grandfather was a sailor and he himself used to row to school.
After a brief international career as an art director, Brodersen circumnavigated the Atlantic Ocean for a year. Upon his return he made a gallery on his home island and later pursued photography through assisting the fine art photographer Dag Alveng (represented at MOMA and Metropolitan).
Brodersen‘s photographs was last shown at the Scandinavia House in New York; his participation supported by the Norwegian Consulate and mentioned by the New Yorker and Harper‘s Magazine. His works has been acquired by private and public collections in Norway, Sweden, Serbia, Malawi, the United Arab Emirates and USA. Brodersen has sojourned in New York, Prague, Belgrade, Stockholm and Porto. He is a member of Norwegian Society of Fine Art Photographers and Norwegian Visual Artist‘s Association.
Other Related Exhibition: FOTOFILMIC17 TRAVELING EXHIBITION juried by Larry Fink, Roger Ballen, Raymond Meeks, Valérie Cazin (Galerie Binome), Barrie Mowatt (Vancouver Biennale), Ashlyn Davis (Houston Center for Photography) and Kosmas Pavlidis (Stereosis). This same work will be presented in New York, Paris, Vancouver & Thessaloniki in 2018.