MIKAEL OLSSON
FORTHCOMING WORK AND BOOK



In on | auf the Swedish artist Mikael Olsson undertakes a photographic interpretation of the Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron’s and the Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s temporary pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery in London.

By investigating the traces of their creative processes in their archives, and exploring the relation between their pavilion and its shifting contexts, Olsson creates images that follow and go beyond the object – visual narratives uncovering issues of memory, identity and perception.

The book includes an essay by author Péter Nádas entitled ’Loaned Landscapes, Borrowed Objects. The Real Space of the Image and the Representation of Space in Mikael Olsson’s Photography.’ ; "The images of Mikael Olsson are held by the tension between visual faculties and visual conventions, the reality of perception and the reality of vision, of the concrete and the abstract."

Péter Nádas

Steidl Verlag
Planned Publication date 08/2017



AUGUST 1, 2017

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THE SQUARE - CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2017





Congratulations to Ruben Östlund´s The Square for being selected to compete for the Palme d´Or at the Cannes Film Festival 2017. Starring Claes Bang, Elisabeth Moss, Dominic West, Terry Notary, Marina Schiptjenko, Christopher Læssø and me among others. World Premiere in May 20th at Grand Théâtre Lumière.


APRIL 28, 2017

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ARKITEKTUR 3/2017



Text and image for Arkitektur Magazine about an unpublished photograph.


APRIL 25, 2017

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FORM MAGAZINE



"Stockholm’s most emotionally charged place has been demolished, to the despair of many and joy of others. Salka Hallström Bornold and photographer Mikael Olsson draw a heartfelt portrait of Slussen." FORM Magazine


APRIL 18, 2017

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NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE





Editorial commission for T Magazine, New York Times Spring Issue 2017. Otherworldly Architecture in Japan’s Magical Mountainside. In the leafy hamlet of Karuizawa, distinctive design is the expression of the uninhibited self.


FEBRUARY 27, 2017

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NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE




Editorial commission for T Magazine, New York Times, Fall Fashion Issue 2016.
The Italian director Luca Guadagnino ("A Bigger Splash," "I Am Love") conjures a world of dark in his beauty in his films - and in his apartment in a 17th-century palazzo outside of Milan.

See more images at Commissions



AUGUST 21, 2016

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RöHSSKA MUSEET GöTEBORG



This exhibition presents a personal view on the home as a work of art and on collecting as a way of life. Joe Hedlund, a distinguished painter, will reconstruct parts of his home and studio inside one of the museum galleries. The show will feature a rich selection of objects from the artist’s private collection of Asian ceramics, archaeological findings and folk art from all over the world. In his home, the objects fill the floors and walls in a way that is oppositional to the ideal of the modern and functional home.
Mikael Olsson´s photograph from 2007, originally for Paletten Art Magazine, of his studio and home are represented in the exhibition. 11 Jun – 25 Sep 2016.



JUNE 11, 2016

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CONVERSATION






MAY 3, 2016

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THE REVENANT

12 Oscar nominations for the film The Revenant by Alejandro González Iñárritu with Leonardi DiCaprio. The Original Music is by Carsten Nicolai/ Ryuichi Sakamoto. The composer Carsten Nicolai did his soundtrack debut to the film Kosta 3:30 by Mikael Olsson/Andreas Roth.


JANUARY 24, 2016

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KTH STOCKHOLM

Photography, Representation and Space
Lecture at KTH (Royal Institute of Technology) School of Architecture, Stockholm. Invited by Professor Ulrika Karlsson and Einar Rodhe, Cecilia Lundbäck. January 14, 2015 at 09.00 am A108.

KTH Arkitekturskolan
Osquars backe 9
100 44 Stockholm



JANUARY 14, 2016

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