New products

  • Light box
    Light box

    Peninsula Series, Boat, 1/12 Pear tree light box : Length: 30,2cm,...

    550,00 €
  • Atlas
    Atlas

    Silver chlorobromide print made by the artist, format 18 x 18 cm. N°6/25

    1 000,00 €
  • Atlas
    Atlas

    Silver chlorobromide print made by the artist, format 12 x 12 cm. N°7/25

    900,00 €
  • Atlas
    Atlas

    Silver chlorobromide print made by the artist, format 18 x 18 cm. N°6/25

    1 000,00 €
  • Petit traité de l'incertitude, 2018
    Petit traité de l'incertitude, 2018

    Gelatin-silver print transferred to coffee made by the artistin a...

    850,00 €
  • Petit traité de l'incertitude, 2018
    Petit traité de l'incertitude, 2018

    Gelatin-silver print transferred to coffee made by the artistin a...

    850,00 €
  • Childhood island
    Childhood island

    Gelatin-silver print made by the artist 21 x 31 cm (paper format)...

    950,00 €
  • Petit traité de l'incertitude, 2018
    Petit traité de l'incertitude, 2018

    Gelatin-silver print transferred to coffee made by the artistin a...

    850,00 €

List of products by artists Martin Bogren

Swedish. Born in 1967. Lives in Malmö, Sweden.
Represented by the Galerie VU'. « What matters, and what makes this work so compelling, is the way it is seen. Martin Bogren, has been accepted into a world clearly prohibited to adults. He doesn’t let himself be carried away by the exuberance of what he sees, or the excess, nor does he allow any complacency.
A silent witness – it is truly remarkable that these images of moments of fury should be silent to this extent – he observes. In compositions as flexible as they are precise, as natural and instinctive as they are understated, he endeavours to report what he sees and what he perceives. At every moment he finds the right distance, one which states nothing other than the subjectivity of his perspective and he succeeds in combining a documentary approach with a sensitive affirmation of his vision.
One thinks, of course, of all those photographers who – from Robert Franck onwards, from Anders Petersen to Michael Ackerman – have known how to give us the gift of their way of looking, telling us that they wanted to show nothing more than what they needed to show and to say. »

Christian Caujolle, extract of the foreword of Tractor boys, Dewi Lewis, 2013.

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