Vernissage with photo art from Rockfoto Emma at Galleri Ulfsunda

By on October 24, 2017

On November 18th we will open the doors to the castle for a vernissage with photo art by Emma Svensson.

The photographer Emma Svensson has always been fascinated by beautiful and desolate places. Although she may be more famous for her concert, fashion and portrait pictures, she has specially for Ulfsunda Slott produced an exhibition showing her personal collection of photographs from the most special places in the world. That’s something we have not seen from her before. With pictures she spent a lot of time and energy on taking.

– I traveled all over South America all alone without being able to speak Spanish. My packing had disappeared on the flight so I slept in the car every night. One evening I hiked up to a mountain where I wanted to photograph in the sunrise. I slept under the sky but woke up a few hours later by a storm pulled over the mountain. I was soaked and crawled under a rock to take shelter and spent the rest of the night there to photograph when the sun went up. But it’s also the experiences you remember later, Emma says.

Her pictures in the “Remote Places” exhibition are a collection of photos taken worldwide over recent years. It’s not landscape like we’re used to seeing them.

Gallery Ulfsunda, at Ulfsunda Castle, has for a few years allowed promising artists to exhibit their art at the castle. Each exhibition lasts for three months and starts with a vernissage. Here artists get the opportunity to reach a wider audience that may not usually moves on galleries but still appreciate the good of life.

– We have long used art as part of the interior, and through the various art exhibitions at Ulfsunda Castle we want to showcase the artists we like, inspire our guests and offer unexpected experiences, says Torbjörn Blomqvist, owner of Ulfsunda Castle and Stockholm Meeting Selection .

Welcome on bubbly and mingle during our vernissage, November 18th between 13 – 15.

Helena Olofsson, Culture & Music | Bromma
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