MIKAEL OLSSON
LECTURE KTH STOCKHOLM



Mikael Olsson - What am I doing?
Lecture about Perception and Representation in the field of photography and architecture at KTH (Royal Institute of Technology) School of Architecture, Stockholm.




JANUARY 15, 2013

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THANKS!

Jens Almström for site programming and Jonas Jansson for advice on design.



JANUARY 8, 2013

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PECHA KUCHA STOCKHOLM



Mikael Olsson talks about Photography, Vouyerism and Architecture December 4 at Pecha Kucha, Berns, Stockholm. Doors open 19.30, Pecha Kucha starts at 20.20. Collaboration with Svensk Form.

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DECEMBER 4, 2012

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CONTEMPORARY SWEDISH PHOTOGRAPHY



Mikael participates in the new book Contemporary Swedish Photography by Art & Theory. Release at Berns, Berzelii park, Stockholm November 29, 4 - 6 pm.


NOVEMBER 29, 2012

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PARIS PHOTO 2012



Galerie Nordenhake at Paris Photo November 14-17 2012. Mikael Olsson work on left wall. Michael Schmidt to the right.

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NOVEMBER 14, 2012

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CINEORAMA DüSSELDORF



Screening KOSTA 3:30 at CINEORAMA, Düsseldorf. Conversation with Philipp Fürnkäs and Mikael Olsson, Thursday July 19 at 8 pm.

CINEORAMA - Pavilion of Moving Images is a project of Philipp Fürnkäs & Erika Hock. Concept and design of the pavilion: Erika Hock. Programme: Philipp Fürnkäs & Erika Hock. Artists: Sasha Pirker, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Dan Graham, Carolina Redondo, Mikael Olsson, Federico Acal, Sharon Lenger, Heinz Emigholz, Tobias Putrih and Corinna Schnitt.

Pavilion of Moving Images - for 9 weeks / every Thursday at 8 pm / Opening: 21st of June 2012 at 7 pm

Jacobigarten at Kunstlervein Malkasten
Jacobistrasse 6
DE 40211 Düsseldorf.



JULY 19, 2012

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PLATSENS SJÄL (GENIUS LOCI) AT ARTIPELAG



Participation in the opening exhibition – Platsens Själ (Genius Loci) – is an attempt to articulate Artipelag’s unique blend of nature and architecture in artistic form. The exhibition runs until September 30.

Curated by Bo Nilsson. Invited artists are Miriam Bäckström
, Jonas Dahlberg
, Andreas Eriksson
, Charlotte Gyllenhammar
, Annika von Hausswolff
, Kristina Jansson
, Matts Leiderstam
, Jens Lindhe, Maria Miesenberger
, Sirous Namazi
, Lars Nilsson
, Mikael Olsson
, Christian Partos
, Astrid Svangren
, David Svensson
 and Fredrik Wretman.

Historic appendix Aleksander Rodtjenko, Alfred Stieglitz, André Kertész, Anthonis de Lormes, Berenice Abbot, Carl Fredrik Hill, Einar Jolin, Fanny Churberg, G.V. Palm, Giovanni Battista, Piranesi, Isaac Grünewald, Ivan Augéli, J.R. Cozens, Jacob van der Ulft, Kitty Kjelland, Lennart af Petersen, Louis Masreliez, Otte Skiöld, Prins Eugen, Richard Bergh, Sigrid Hjertén, Sixten Lundbohm, Sven X:et Erixon, Thórarinn B. Thórlaksson, Vilhelm Hammershøi, Walker Evans.



JUNE 3, 2012

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DAMN MAGAZINE



DAMn magazine present Mikael Olsson Journal of a Peeping Tom, issue 33/2012.
Read also about Christian Marclay, Guy Tillman, Florian Böhm, Pipilotti Rist, Scholtens & Baljings, Philippe Starck, Bjarke Ingels + Danish Design Special.



MAY 10, 2012

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LECTURE CHALMERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY



Mikael Olsson - Photography and Architecture.
Guest lecture at the Department of Architecture, Chalmers University of Technology.



MAY 7, 2012

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FUTURE ANTERIOR



Future Anterior publish Artist Intervention: Frösakull in Six Years by Mikael Olsson in Volume 7, Number 2, Winter 2010. Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.

Future Anterior is a peer reviewed scholarly journal published twice a year by the University of Minnesota Press. The journal approaches historic preservation from a position of critical inquiry, rigorous scholarship, and theoretical analysis. Future Anterior is an important international forum for the critical examination of historic preservation, spurring challenges of its assumptions, goals, methods, and results. As the first journal in American academia devoted to the study and advancement of historic preservation, it provides a much-needed bridge between architecture and history.

The journal also features provocative theoretical reflections on historic preservation from the point of view of art, philosophy, law, geography, archeology, planning, materials science, cultural anthropology, and conservation.

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APRIL 9, 2012

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