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RE - SEMINAR.



RE-Seminar.
Artist/photographer Mikael Olsson will talk about his work and his new book on I auf.
Thursday Feb. 11 at 10.00.
KTH Master Studio Architecture.
Led by Thordis Arrhenius and Mikael Bergquist.



FEBRUARY 11, 2021

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REVIEW FOTOGRAFISK TIDSKRIFT BY MAGNUS BONS



Intense, dry and twisted passion.

Maybe described Olsson's chain of alternating black and white and color images best as a philosophical suggestions of what photography can be. A reflection on what takes place in the movement between the photographer, the camera and the subject. Three parts that form a unit.


Magnus Bons, Fotografisk Tidskrift 2/3, 2020.



DECEMBER 20, 2020

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FORM MAGAZINE 6, 2020



on | auf in FORM Magazine 6, 2020. Text by Bo Madestrand.


DECEMBER 8, 2020

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REVIEW SVD BY MAGNUS AF PETERSENS



Architecture photography that bordering on the abstract

"The photographs move in the borderland between representation and abstraction, condensed, conceptually and visually pregnant. They form autonomous rooms, to speak with Nádas.”

Review by Magnus af Petersens in Svenska Dagbladet about the book on | auf - Mikael Olsson, Steidl 2020.



NOVEMBER 9, 2020

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LESSONS OF THE HOUR, ON VIEW AT MCEVOY FOUNDATION



Lessons of the Hour by Isaac Julien on view at McEvoy Foundation.

A non-linear presentation projected across 10 screens, Lessons of the Hour imagines Douglass as he traveled across the United Kingdom, lecturing in England, Scotland and Ireland for 19 months beginning in 1845. Douglass fled the United States that year for fear of being captured and re-enslaved after publishing Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave, the first of three biographies he would write. While in Europe, Douglass enjoyed both wide public acclaim for his contributions to anti-slavery efforts, and movement free of harassment or abuse for his race.

Mikael Olsson stars in Lessons of the Hour.

Oct 14, 2020–Mar 13, 2021.

McEvoy Foundation for the Arts
1150 25th Street, Building B
San Francisco, CA 94107
USA

Photo by Henrik Kam.



OCTOBER 28, 2020

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BOOK RELEASE BOKHANDELN KONST-IG





Welcome to book release at Konst-ig Bookstore October 20, 17.30-19.00.
Artist talk with Clemens Poellinger at 18.00.

Special Edition with print will available.

BOKHANDELN KONST-IG
ÅSÖGATAN 124
116 24 STOCKHOLM
+46 8 20 45 20



OCTOBER 20, 2020

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MUTADIS MUTANDIS


MIKAEL OLSSON -LWRNTZ 08, 2017 (LOTTA ANTONSSON WORK TO THE LEFT)

Mikael Olsson participate in the exhibition in 'Mutadis Mutandis – 24 pavilions'.


OCTOBER 16, 2020

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PARTICIPIANT EXHIBITION VENICE



Mikael Olsson participate in the exhibition in 'Mutadis Mutandis – 24 pavilions'.

As an impromptu response to the cancellation of the Venice architecture biennial and the subsequent postponement of the upcoming art biennial, 'Mutadis Mutandis' showcases 24 proposals for future/imaginary pavilions free of any geopolitical, economic, physical, durational, or cosmic limitations.

Studio Giardini is – very suitably – situated in close proximity to the Giardini della Biennale in a residential neighborhood directly behind the oldest foreign pavilion inaugurated in 1907.

Curated by Love Enqvist and Lotte Møller



OCTOBER 16, 2020

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OCTOBER 15, 2020

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WINNER SWEDISH BOOK ART





The book "Mats Gustafson" is one of the 25 books that this year's jury has chosen as winner of Swedish Book Art 2019.
The award ceremony and the opening ceremony for the exhibition of the winning books will take place on Thursday, October 1 at the Royal Library at 5pm.
In addition to the exhibition at the Royal Library, the winning books will represent Sweden in the international book competition Die Schönsten Bücher aus aller Welt, which annually exhibits at the trade shows in Leipzig and Frankfurt. Mikael Olsson contribution is the series of photographs of Mats Gustafson Studio.

Titel: Mats Gustafson
Author: Bera Nordahl, Gerda Antti och Joanna Persman
Publisher: Nordiska Akvarellmuseet
Illustrator: Mats Gustafson
Photographer: Mikael Olsson
Artist: Mats Gustafson
Designer: Henrik Nygren
Publishing Editor: Joanna Persman
Original Production: Keun Kim Roland
Layout: Keun Kim Roland
Repro: Göteborgstryckeriet
Printing: Göteborgstryckeriet
Bookbinding: Förlagshuset Nordens Grafiska
Publishers: Nordiska Akvarellmuseet
Print Technique: Offset, foliering
Insert: Munken Pure Rough 170 gram
Arctic paper
Band: Printa 0106, offset och folierad text
Font: Berthold Akzidenz Grotesk Light, 26,08 pt/34,024 pt (rubrik), 16,3 pt/21,265 pt (brödtext)
Measure: 240×340 mm
Volume: 128 sidor
Price: 750 SEK
EDITION: 1500
ISBN: 978-91-89477-69-8



OCTOBER 1, 2020

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RE - SEMINAR.



RE-Seminar.
Artist/photographer Mikael Olsson will talk about his work and his new book on I auf.
Thursday Feb. 11 at 10.00.
KTH Master Studio Architecture.
Led by Thordis Arrhenius and Mikael Bergquist.



FEBRUARY 11, 2021

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REVIEW FOTOGRAFISK TIDSKRIFT BY MAGNUS BONS



Intense, dry and twisted passion.

Maybe described Olsson's chain of alternating black and white and color images best as a philosophical suggestions of what photography can be. A reflection on what takes place in the movement between the photographer, the camera and the subject. Three parts that form a unit.


Magnus Bons, Fotografisk Tidskrift 2/3, 2020.



DECEMBER 20, 2020

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FORM MAGAZINE 6, 2020



on | auf in FORM Magazine 6, 2020. Text by Bo Madestrand.


DECEMBER 8, 2020

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REVIEW SVD BY MAGNUS AF PETERSENS



Architecture photography that bordering on the abstract

"The photographs move in the borderland between representation and abstraction, condensed, conceptually and visually pregnant. They form autonomous rooms, to speak with Nádas.”

Review by Magnus af Petersens in Svenska Dagbladet about the book on | auf - Mikael Olsson, Steidl 2020.



NOVEMBER 9, 2020

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LESSONS OF THE HOUR, ON VIEW AT MCEVOY FOUNDATION



Lessons of the Hour by Isaac Julien on view at McEvoy Foundation.

A non-linear presentation projected across 10 screens, Lessons of the Hour imagines Douglass as he traveled across the United Kingdom, lecturing in England, Scotland and Ireland for 19 months beginning in 1845. Douglass fled the United States that year for fear of being captured and re-enslaved after publishing Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave, the first of three biographies he would write. While in Europe, Douglass enjoyed both wide public acclaim for his contributions to anti-slavery efforts, and movement free of harassment or abuse for his race.

Mikael Olsson stars in Lessons of the Hour.

Oct 14, 2020–Mar 13, 2021.

McEvoy Foundation for the Arts
1150 25th Street, Building B
San Francisco, CA 94107
USA

Photo by Henrik Kam.



OCTOBER 28, 2020

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BOOK RELEASE BOKHANDELN KONST-IG





Welcome to book release at Konst-ig Bookstore October 20, 17.30-19.00.
Artist talk with Clemens Poellinger at 18.00.

Special Edition with print will available.

BOKHANDELN KONST-IG
ÅSÖGATAN 124
116 24 STOCKHOLM
+46 8 20 45 20



OCTOBER 20, 2020

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MUTADIS MUTANDIS


MIKAEL OLSSON -LWRNTZ 08, 2017 (LOTTA ANTONSSON WORK TO THE LEFT)

Mikael Olsson participate in the exhibition in 'Mutadis Mutandis – 24 pavilions'.


OCTOBER 16, 2020

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PARTICIPIANT EXHIBITION VENICE



Mikael Olsson participate in the exhibition in 'Mutadis Mutandis – 24 pavilions'.

As an impromptu response to the cancellation of the Venice architecture biennial and the subsequent postponement of the upcoming art biennial, 'Mutadis Mutandis' showcases 24 proposals for future/imaginary pavilions free of any geopolitical, economic, physical, durational, or cosmic limitations.

Studio Giardini is – very suitably – situated in close proximity to the Giardini della Biennale in a residential neighborhood directly behind the oldest foreign pavilion inaugurated in 1907.

Curated by Love Enqvist and Lotte Møller



OCTOBER 16, 2020

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SPECIAL EDITION ON | AUF




OCTOBER 15, 2020

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WINNER SWEDISH BOOK ART





The book "Mats Gustafson" is one of the 25 books that this year's jury has chosen as winner of Swedish Book Art 2019.
The award ceremony and the opening ceremony for the exhibition of the winning books will take place on Thursday, October 1 at the Royal Library at 5pm.
In addition to the exhibition at the Royal Library, the winning books will represent Sweden in the international book competition Die Schönsten Bücher aus aller Welt, which annually exhibits at the trade shows in Leipzig and Frankfurt. Mikael Olsson contribution is the series of photographs of Mats Gustafson Studio.

Titel: Mats Gustafson
Author: Bera Nordahl, Gerda Antti och Joanna Persman
Publisher: Nordiska Akvarellmuseet
Illustrator: Mats Gustafson
Photographer: Mikael Olsson
Artist: Mats Gustafson
Designer: Henrik Nygren
Publishing Editor: Joanna Persman
Original Production: Keun Kim Roland
Layout: Keun Kim Roland
Repro: Göteborgstryckeriet
Printing: Göteborgstryckeriet
Bookbinding: Förlagshuset Nordens Grafiska
Publishers: Nordiska Akvarellmuseet
Print Technique: Offset, foliering
Insert: Munken Pure Rough 170 gram
Arctic paper
Band: Printa 0106, offset och folierad text
Font: Berthold Akzidenz Grotesk Light, 26,08 pt/34,024 pt (rubrik), 16,3 pt/21,265 pt (brödtext)
Measure: 240×340 mm
Volume: 128 sidor
Price: 750 SEK
EDITION: 1500
ISBN: 978-91-89477-69-8



OCTOBER 1, 2020

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