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Artist: Tom Sandberg, untitled, 1997
Dimensions: 50 x 70 cm
Paper: 250g Galeri Art Matt
Photo: Thomas Wiedeberg
© Astrup Fearnley Museet 2022
© Tom Sandberg / BONO 2022
This remarkable black and white poster captures the signature style of Tom Sandberg, a master of light in the great photographic tradition. Sandberg worked exclusively with the medium of black-and-white analogue photography, and his remarkable poetic vision and expression is imbued with a strong sense of presence and mystery.
Norwegian photographer Tom Sandberg (1953-2014) is considered a pioneer in the world of fine art photography. His international recognition had its peak with the solo exhibition at MoMa PS1, New York, in 2007, curated by Bob Nickas. Sandberg’s work is found in a number of museums as well as public and private collections, such as the Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, and the Astrup Fearnley Collection.
Sandberg’s work is characterized by its striking simplicity and emotional intensity. His black and white images often capture the beauty and power of the natural world, imbued with a sense of mystery and wonder. His images have an almost ethereal quality, seeming to capture a fleeting moment in time and space.
Printed on high-quality, archival paper, this black and white photograph is a testament to the enduring power of fine art photography. Sandberg’s work continues to inspire and captivate.