JOHAN ANDRÉN

artist and photographer based in Malmö

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NEJD MAGASIN NR2 “NEJD BLICKAR MOT RYMDEN”


Edited and art directed together with David Eng, around themes of vision, gazing, longing, spatiality and outer space. Published at Upplaga 3—helg för självpublikation, NEJD, Gothenburg, September 25th – 27th 2020. 

Self-published magazine with 22 contributing artists, edition of 150, 169 x 239mm, 144 pages.

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LIKE A MIRROR, LIKE THE STILL SURFACE OF THE SEA, LIKE NO THING AT ALL


Mini-zine, published at Upplaga 3—helg för självpublikation, NEJD, Gothenburg, September 25th – 27th 2020. 

Self-published artist book, screenprinted on 45g uncoated paper, handbound, edition of 5, 95 x 130mm, 16 pages.

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DEN HÄR YTAN ÄR VIKTIG FÖR BERÄTTELSEN (THIS SURFACE IS IMPORTANT FOR THE STORY)


Collaborative exhibition with Moa Gustafsson Söndergaard, exploring surfaces. Are they windows we are looking out through, towards a narrative, or are they just one side of a spatial object with many sides?

NEJD, Gothenburg, August 29th – September 13th 2020.

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KORRESPONDENS / DEN HÄR YTAN ÄR VIKTIG FÖR BERÄTTELSEN


A publication that documents mine and Moa Gustafsson Söndergaard‘s correspondence up until the exhibition with the same name.

Self-published artist book, edition of 100, 169 x 220mm, 74 pages, 33 photos.

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CATALOGUE OF GESTURES OF POWER, THIRD ITERATION


With Slåpåkunst at Sosiologisk Poliklinikk, Trondheim, Norway, March 27th – April 26th 2020.

“The work [...] is a collection of found photographs of powerful persons’ hands, a study of their gestures and how they express their power through body language. The work is also an exploration of how the images of the mass media participate in this spectacle, and create a collective idea about these persons and about power.“ Full text here.

124 black and white screenprints of found digital photographs, depicting Norwegian economic rulers, 148 x 210mm each.

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