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EIVIND H. NATVIG PRINT SALE

EIVIND H. NATVIG PRINT SALE

Eivind H. Nativg offer time limited print sale.
ODDLEIV APNESETH DOWN AT THE FARM

ODDLEIV APNESETH DOWN AT THE FARM

The new book “Norges låver”(The Barns of Norway”) is a result of intensive travelling and shooting through 2013/14. Images by Oddleiv Apneseth and text by Eva Røyrane.
Eivind H. Natvig in Fotografi

Eivind H. Natvig in Fotografi

MOMENTS Eivind H. Natvig is featured in the new edition of Fotografi magazine out now. He talks about living in the small island Skrova, and about his project “You are here now”   Photos by Eivind H. Natvig/MOMENT
Urban Vikings in National Geographic

Urban Vikings in National Geographic

Johan Bävman´s Urban Vikings appear in a recently published story in National Geographic. Just after the romantic Midsummer eve holiday, hundreds of Vikings are gathered in Höllviken, Sweden. Near the affluent residential area in Höllviken, a small but dedicated group of urban vikings are moving in to the viking village, Foteviken. Germans, americans, australians –...
Elin Berge in group show at Sune Jonsson's Center for Documentary Photography

Elin Berge in group show at Sune Jonsson’s Center for Documentary Photography

The exhibition Time’s Slowness and Life’s Swiftness opens at Sune Jonsson Center for documentary photography 14 September at 13 hours. Elin Berge takes part with work from her series Drottninglandet (the Land of Queens). Time’s Slowness and Life’s Swiftnessis an exhibition regarding and featuring cultural-historical photography. These are pictures that have been made, collected, preserved...
Come and find our photographs in Landskrona

Come and find our photographs in Landskrona

If you happen to be at Landskrona Photo Festival this weekend: get a treasure map and go find our Scandinavian Moments photographs at different locations in town. Participating photographers: Elin Berge, Chris Maluszynski, Knut Egil Wang, Johan Bävman, Martin von Krogh, Oddleiv Apneseth, Åsa Sjöström, Pieter ten Hoopen and Eivind H. Natvig. On friday night...