How to create the same motif over and over again, and still get a unique final result? Mark Andersson creates smilies with all kind of expressions and colors. During September and October we have the honor to show Marks work with he exhibition ‘My Acid Years’.Continue reading Mark Andersson – My Acid Years
What is creativity? Find the right composition, or combine the perfect colors? This month we will present Morag Perkins, an analogue photographer from Glasgow showing her unique Polaroids to the world. These Polaroids has been taken, developed, torn apart and attached to a blank sheet of paper. To get the organic result you need some practice, some luck and a lot of patience.Continue reading Morag Perkins – Deconstructed – June
Where you write your shoppinglist, or something to remember for later, Chris Silverman makes art. This whole exhibition is made in his iPhone XS’s notes app, with his finger. Asking Chris to join our gallery for an exhibition was a no-brainer, and we are so happy he said yes!Continue reading Chris Silverman – #notesArt – April
Finding the art in minimalism can be harder than it looks like. To offer a feeling and relationship to the viewer just with lines. Wonhee Lee is a South Korean based digital illustrator that makes art and pushing the community every free and awaken hour.Continue reading Wonhee Lee – Living together in peace – March
Fredrik Jalhed will take you on a journey through the Swedish region of Dalsland. A documentary exhibition about stillness, light and intimacy. In this newsletter you will learn about Fredriks relationship to photography and the region och Dalsland it self.Continue reading Fredrik Jalhed – In Dalsland we trust – February
For the first exhibition of 2023 we’re excited to present the Austin – Texas based digital illustrator Emma Erickson and her exhibition ‘Creature Comforts’. Emma places animals and creatures in surreal and sometimes human ways.Continue reading Emma Erickson – Creature Comforts – January
Welcome to the December exhibition at Gallery Afém. This month we want to present Edd Hannay, a Game Boy Camera photographer from England.
Together with Edd, we will donate 50% of all sales from this collection to The Video Game History Foundation. The Video Game History Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to preserving, celebrating, and teaching the history of video games.Continue reading Edd Hannay – Shot on Game Boy – December 2022