CECILIA HILLSTRÖM GALLERY

Cecilia Hillström Gallery was founded in 2012 and represents both well-established and emerging artists.The gallery focuses on artists who combine an intriguing content with excellence in execution, be it in painting, photography, video or interdisciplinary projects.

At Market Art Fair a new series of photographic work by David Molander will be presented.

David Molander

David Molander (1983, Sweden) graduated from the School of Photography at Gothenburg University and also studied film and photography at Harvard University. Molander has received several awards and scholarships and is represented in public and private collections in Sweden and abroad. David Molander works with digital photo collages and video, creating multi layered compositions of urban environments. His work puts emphasis on new relationships between visual traces of architecture, social environment, communication, living memory and the humans within it.

For his works presented at Market Art Fair, Molander turns his attention to historical opera stages intertwined with contemporary material. The digital collages of images of paintings and documentary material from a contemporary social context will serve as manifestations of role play throughout history. As in previous works, Molander mixes different kinds of photographs in his digital collages: photos of paintings, images found on the internet, his own documentary photos, using different devices such as his Hasselblad camera or a mobile phone.

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David Molander | Image by Karin Nilsson

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