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These images, called Black Cityscapes were first shown at Fotografiska in Stockholm in May, 2011, as part of Jacob Felländers exhibit I Want To Live Close To You. It is the first time they are published in a book.

Anatomy will be printed in a limited 250 copies. The work of Jacob has many admirers from all over the world. The limited edition contains a selection of some of the most talked about photography in Sweden. The images reflect an incredible feeling of space. The book, the inspiration and the images will intrigue a reader, or art lover, who warms to the shades and private selections of buildings.

Anatomy is part of Editions publishing, producing only limited design and art books. Each edition is a collaboration with an esteemed and favorite artist and with specific themes and thoughts.

1,900.00 kr

Anatomy by Jacob Felländer

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Details

  • Limited Edition: 250 editions plus 10 artist’s proofs. Numbered and signed
  • Author: Jacob Felländer
  • Publisher: GH, Editions
  • ISBN: 9789187323003
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 96+4 pages. 35 (9) illustrations
  • Paper: Paper, Galarie Art Matt, 170 gsm. The paper supports sustainable forest industry. Woven cloth hard cover.
  • Size: 240×310 mm (9 ½×12 ¼ inches)
  • Binding: Hard cover. Perfect bound
  • Release Date: December 6, 2012
  • Box Size: 300×370×30 mm (11 ¾×14 ½×1 ¼ inches)

About the Artist

Jacob Felländer is known for his collections of large scale abstract photographs of cityscapes and landscapes captured from around the world. Born in Stockholm in 1974, Felländer studied fine art photography and graphic design at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida and at San Diego State University.

Felländer began experimenting with landscape photography in the late 1990s. He captures a span of time in one frame, as if the viewer can see space and time skipping erratically, providing many perspectives at once. His work has been featured in 15 solo exhibits and in 20 group exhibits in Stockholm and New York.