2018-02-24

© Hasselblad

PUBLISHED
Photo Books in Sweden
The Hasselblad Foundation
February 24–May 6 2018

The exhibition is part of the ongoing research project Photography in Print & Circulation, which is a collaboration between the Hasselblad Foundation and Valand Academy. The project will end in the autumn of 2018 with a comprehensive publication about the photobook in Sweden.

Published is curated by Niclas Östlind, Valand Academy, in collaboration with Elsa Modin and Louise Wolthers from the Hasselblad Foundation.

2018-01-15

© MLZ-Art-Dep

Artist-in-Residence at AiR Trieste. Granted thorough Iaspis in Sweden.
AiR Trieste is an artist-in-residence program that aims at offering visual artists the opportunity to spend an amount of time in Trieste to develop projects relevant to the context or carry out research that may employ, and add value to, local resources. AiR Trieste considers the network as instrument for research and growth and the artists as agents of cultural cross-contamination. The project is curated by Francesca Lazzarini in collaboration with MLZ Art Dep and Cultural Inventory.

2018-01-13

© Le Bal

”Édition & Surveillance”
Booksignings and talks with Thomas Mailaender (Parental Advisory), Esther Hovers (False Positives), Klara Källstrom et Thobias Fäldt (Wikiland 2 & 3) and Thomas Albdorf (General view)
Saturday 13/01 – From 4PM to 6PM at Le Bal

2018-01-12

© El País

The Last of the Lucky / You Can’t Always Get What You Want listed by El País as one of the best books of 2017

2018-01-10

© Le Bal

The Wikiland Project at the Surveilance Index Ehibition Compiled by Mark Ghuneim.
Le Bal, 6, Impasse de la Défense, Paris, France
2018-01-10 – 2018-01-20

2017-12-28

The Last of The Lucky / You Can’t Always Get What You Want chosen as one of the “personal favorites” (2017) at Lensculure:

The Last of the Lucky is an extremely elegant book with no frills. Through its masterly use of different narrative material, such as photographs, tweets, newspaper covers and so on, offers the reader a highly evocative story, full of multiple readings, reflections. Starting from a personal anecdote, the authors convey the political conflict between the island of Cuba and the neighboring American giant into a dimension that is both poetic and political. One of the most powerful books of the year.

—Ramon Pez
Creative Director and Founder, Ramon Pez Studio

2017-09-23

© Hendrik Zeitler

Artist Talk at Fotobok Gbg in Gothenburg, coordinated by Stefan Jensen

2017-09-21

Installation view: © CO-OP Unseen

The Wikiland Project + CO-OP Unseen 2017

Klara Källström and Thobias Fäldt are part of Unseen Amsterdam 2017 and the inaugural edition of CO-OP, a space exclusively dedicated to cutting edge to artist collectives and artist-run initiatives, selected by the independent curator Lars Willumeit and Unseen Artistic Director Emilia van Lynden.

Interview with Klara and Thobias for Unseen CO-OP here:
CO-OP Insights: Klara Källström and Thobias Fäldt

For the first time, they will present the third part of the Wikiland project, a work that started in 2011.

Unseen Amsterdam
Transformatorhuis
Klönneplein 1
1014 DD Amsterdam

2017-09-21

© Unseen

B-B-B-Books at Unseen Book Market 2017

2017-09-15

Uncensored Books, Medphoto Festival, Rethymnon-Crete, 2017. Installation view: © Ioannis Markakis, Medphoto Festival.

Uncensored Books Venue 4: Uncensored Books. Medphoto Festival, Rethymnon-Crete, September 15-24, 2017.

Installations by: Valentina Abenavoli (Akina Books), Francesco Amorosino (self-published), Julián Barón (KWY Ediciones), Lewis Bush (dummy/Brave Books), Edmund Clark (Here Press), Thobias Fäldt / Klara Källström (B-B-B-Books), Brad Feuerhelm (Chaco Books-Veronica Fieiras), Amak Mahmoodian (ICVL Studio-Alejandro Acin / RRB Publishing), Carlos Spottorno (Astiberri Ediciones), Lorenzo Tricoli (Milo Montelli / D&Books Frederique Destribats), and Europe: An Illustrated Introduction to Migrants Jessica Murray.

Curated by Natasha Christia

2017-09-13

© Hydra

Klara and Thobias are part of Feria De Fotolibro at Foto Museo Cuatro Caminos in Mexico City.

2017-09-08

© CO-OP Unseen

Interview with Klara and Thobias for Unseen CO-OP here:
CO-OP Insights: Klara Källström and Thobias Fäldt

2017-09-08

Lars Willumeit and Klara Källström at the Framing Content seminar © Fotogalleriet

A SEMINAR ABOUT THE IMAGE AS ART, PHILISOPHY AND POLITICS
Friday, 8 September 2017, 09:00-16:00
at Kulturhuset, Youngs gate 6, Oslo

SPEAKERS
Alexander Carnera – writer and essayist based in Copenhagen (Moderator)
Presentation: Becoming who you are – Photography as a Way of Thinking
Klara Källström – Artist and publisher, based in Stockholm
Presentation: The Gap Between what is Visible and what is Told
Beathe C. Rønning – Artist and writer, based in Sande
Presentation: Is this Real Life?
Lars Willumeit – Curator and art educator, based in Zurich
Presentation: Imagineering – (Re-)activating the Photographic

2017-09-08

© Framing Content

A SEMINAR ABOUT THE IMAGE AS ART, PHILISOPHY AND POLITICS
Friday, 8 September 2017, 09:00-16:00
at Kulturhuset, Youngs gate 6, Oslo

SPEAKERS
Alexander Carnera – writer and essayist based in Copenhagen (Moderator)
Presentation: Becoming who you are – Photography as a Way of Thinking
Klara Källström – Artist and publisher, based in Stockholm
Presentation: The Gap Between what is Visible and what is Told
Beathe C. Rønning – Artist and writer, based in Sande
Presentation: Is this Real Life?
Lars Willumeit – Curator and art educator, based in Zurich
Presentation: Imagineering – (Re-)activating the Photographic

2017-07-09

Arles 2017 by Carlos Spottorno

Arles 2017 by Carlos Spottorno – avec Pierre Bessard, Lars Willumeit, Sebastian Arthur Hau, Rémi Coignet, Klara Källström, Eduardo Nave et Thobias Fäldt.

2017-07-03

© Cosmos

B-B-B-Books at Cosmos Arles Books 2017

2017-07-03

© B-B-B-Books

The Last of the Lucky / You Can’t Always Get What You Want is shortlisted for Arles Book Award 2017.

2017-06-17

Photo: © Lucy Art Recidency

The Lucy Art Residency Public Talks that took place at the Archeological Museum of Kavala on the 17th of June.
Speakers include the artists Sylvain Couzinet Jacques, Klara Källström and Thobias Fäldt, Curator at FOAM Museum Kim Knoppers and Curator at TATE Shoair Mavlian.

2017-06-16

Artist-in-Residence at The Lucy Art Residency in Kavala.

2017-06-15

Installation view: © Courtesy Simone Sapienza

Uncensored Books Venue 2: Minimum Studio. June 15-July 16, 2017.

Installations by Valentina Abenavoli (Akina Books) Francesco Amorosino (self-published), Julián Barón (KWY Ediciones), Lewis Bush (dummy/Brave Books), Thobias Fäldt / Klara Källström (B-B-B-Books), Brad Feuerhelm (Chaco Books), Amak Mahmoodian (ICVL Studio / RRB Publishing), Christof Nuessli (Cpress) and Lorenzo Tricoli (Skinnerboox / D&Books).

Curated by Natasha Christia

2017-06-08

Installation view: © Courtesy Simone Sapienza

Uncensored Books Venue 3: A specific on-site installation of Uncensored Books in the Botanical Garden of Palermo during the Una Marina di Libri Book Festival.
A project in collaboration with Minimum Studio, June 8-11, 2017.

Installations by Valentina Abenavoli (Akina Books) Francesco Amorosino (self-published), Julián Barón (KWY Ediciones), Lewis Bush (dummy/Brave Books), Thobias Fäldt / Klara Källström (B-B-B-Books), Brad Feuerhelm (Chaco Books), Amak Mahmoodian (ICVL Studio / RRB Publishing), Christof Nuessli (Cpress) and Lorenzo Tricoli (Skinnerboox / D&Books).

Curated by Natasha Christia

2017-05-26

© MAD

25 Lemon Trees, No Gardeners is shortlisted at MAD (Multiple Art Days) book award, 2017

2017-05-17

de la deuxième édition du prix Révélation Livre d’artiste

2017-05-13

Photo: © Kristine Madjare / Riga Photo Month

Artist-Talk ”Photography as a practice to re-imagine the world” at Self Publish Riga at K.K. fon Stricka villa .

2017-05-11

Photo: © B-B-B-Books

SELF PUBLISH RIGA 2017
11 – 14 May, opening week of Riga Photomonth 2017
K. K. fon Stricka villa, Aristida Briāna 9

THE PROGRAMME INCLUDES:

An installation The Last of The Lucky/ You Can’t Always Get What You Want by Swedish artists Klara Källström and Thobias Fäldt; an extensive exhibition featuring several photobook collections, including Facts and Clarifications and Latvian photobooks and photobook dummies curated by Evita Goze (ISSP, Latvia), books from the Balkans curated by Marina Paulenka (Organ Vida, Croatia), a collection of books by Sputnik Photos (Poland) and works by Klara Källström and Thobias Fäldt (B-B-B-Books, Sweden).

2017-05-11

© Poiuyt

Klara & Thobias are part of the project POIUYT which is launched at the Galleria Michela Rizzo on May 11th in Venice during the opening weekend of the Venice Biennale 2017

POIUYT is a research platform on images that aims at spreading a critical approach towards such key language in the contemporary world through reflection, collective exchange and participation.

2017-03-02

Signed/ 25 Lemon Trees, No Gardeners at Le Bal © B-B-B-Books

Launch of 25 Lemon Trees, No Gardeners and conversation with Rémi Coignet and Émelie Lauriola at Le Bal, March 2

2017-03-02

Launch of 25 Lemon Trees, No Gardeners in Paris at Le Bal

2017-03-01

© Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris

Artist-in-Residence at La Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. Granted through The Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm

2017-01-01

© Verk

Störningar, text by Björn Larsson about The Last of the Lucky in verk#1 2017

2016-12-20

© Belgrade Raw

Legat Franklin, Artist Talk, coordinated by Belgrade Raw, Belgrade, Serbia, 20 Dec 2016

2016-12-17

© Cultural Center Magacin

The exhibition 45 Gardeners And So On by Klara Källström and Thobias Fäldt in collaboration with Johannes Wahlström will be open on Saturday December 17th at 19h in the cultural center Magacin u Kraljevića Marka in Belgrade.

2016-12-17

© B-B-B-Books

Launch of 25 Lemon Trees, No Gardeners in Belgrade at Magacin

2016-11-21

© Vizualizator Festival

The Last of the Lucky / You Can’t Always Get What You Want, Vizualizator Festival, Jugoexport, Belgrade, Serbia, 2016 – Solo Show

2016-11-15

© Vizualizator Festival

Klara Källström and Thobias Fäldt are part of Vizualizator Festival 2017

2016-11-11

© Galleri Box

The Last of the Lucky / You Can’t Always Get What You Want

11/11-11/12

2016-11-11

The Last of the Lucky / You Can’t Always Get What You Want

11/11-11/12

2016-11-08

© The Eyes Publishing

Second volume of Conversations by Rémi Coignet

A set of nearly 15 new talks between Rémi Coignet and major players in contemporary photography : Erik Kessels, Gerhard Steidl, Martin Parr, Stéphanie Solinas, Joan Fontcuberta, Patrick Faigenbaum, Aron Mörel, Akio Nagasawa, Greger Ulf Nilson, Christian Patterson, Lise Sarfati, Alec Soth, Eric Tabuchi, Bertien van Manen, Mariken Wessels, Daniel Blaufuks, Pieter Hugo, Klara Källström & Thobias Fäldt.

2016-11-04

© Photo Saint-Germain

A Beach, Photo Saint Germain, Galerie Jean-Pierre Gros, Paris, France, 2016

2016-10-20

© Nova Iskra

Artist-Talk ”Photography as a practice to re-imagine the world” at Nova Iskra in Belgrade, coordinated by Relja Bobić

2016-09-30

A Beach at the Estonian Photographic Art Fair, © Estonian Photographic Art Fair

Swedish book exhibition at Estonian Photographic Art Fair

30.09—2.10.2016

Telliskivi Creative City, Telliskivi 60A, B-building

Tallin, Estonia

2016-09-08

Wikiland at the Swedish pavilion: The Swedish Photobook as part of Fotobokfestival Oslo 2016

2016-09-13

Installation view: © Courtesy Organ Vida Festival

What’s this Book?

An exhibition on photobooks and multiples

Photobooks by: Toni Amengual (self-published, Spain) / Israel ARIÑO (Ediciones Anómalas, Spain) / Alessandro CALABRESE (Skinnerboox, Italy) / Federico CLAVARINO (Dalpine, Spain) / Simone DONATI (TerraProject, Italy) / Thobias FÄLDT – Klara KÄLLSTRÖM (B-B-B-Books, Sweden) / Satoshi FUJIWARA (AMANA, Japan) / Ryuichi ISHIKAWA (AKAAKA, Japan) / Luce LEBART (Poursuite, France) / Eriko KOGA (AKAAKA, Japan) / Salva LÓPEZ (Terranova, Spain) / Henrik MALMTRÖM (Kominek Books, Germany) / Daniel MAYRIT (Riot Books, Spain) / Emi NAKATA (AKAAKA, Japan) / Marco Paltrinieri (Discipula, Italy/UK) / Vicente PAREDES (This Book is True, Spain) / Eufália C. PAZ (Stephanian, Italy) / Mariela SANCARI (La Fábrica, Spain) / Thomas SAUVIN (Jiazazhi, China) / Ikuro SUZUKI (AKAAKA, Japan) / Miguel Ángel TORNERO (Editorial RM, Spain) / Lorenzo TRICOLI (Self-published, Italy) / Dragana YURISIC (Oonagh Young Gallery, Ireland).

Greta Gallery for Organ Vida Festival. Zagreb, September 13-25, 2016.

Curated by Natasha Christia

2016-09-01

© Nova Iskra

Artist-in-Residence between September 1st to December 1st Nova Iskra in Belgrade, granted thorough Iaspis

2016-08-27

© Fotografisk Center

Wikiland 2007-07-12 – 00:59:46 is part of the exhibition Bending the Frame based on Fred Ritchin’s book with the same title.

With the exhibition Bending the Frame Fotografisk Center focuses on documentary photography that seeks to make a difference and to set an agenda. Can photography tell us something new about the world we live in, the exhibition seems to ask. Based on the American professor Fred Ritchin’s book
Bending the Frame and in cooperation with him and the Danish photographer Tina Enghoff, Fotografisk Center has curated an exhibition that focuses on current global issues such as war, migration, racism, climate change etc. In Bending the Frame we show photography, video, film, books, and internet-based projects of international and Nordic photographers and visual artists. The exhibition includes both older and new works. The idea is to present strategies within visual art, documentary and journalistic photography, which convey other stories than the ones we often meet in conventional news media.

Runs between August 27th – October 23rd at Fotografisk Center in Copenhagen as part of Denmark’s international Photo Biennale.

2016-07-13

© Prioux & Peixoto

”Vues Choisies”, Cosmos Arles Books 2016, Prioux & Peixoto.

2016-07-04

© Cosmos Arles Books

The Last of the Lucky at Rencontres d’Arles, Collège Mistral, Arles, France, 2016

2016-07-04

© Cosmos Arles Books

The Last of the Lucky, B-B-B-Books for Cosmos, Arles Photo Festival 2016

2016-06-04

© SALT Ulus

Källström and Fäldt will be among the reviewers of the Portfolio Reviews II on June 4 at SALT Ulus, organized in collaboration between SALT and Geniş Açı Project Office (GAPO).

2016-06-03

© SALT Ankara

SALT, Artist Talk, coordinated by GAPO, Ankara, Turkey, 3 June 2016

2016-05-27

© Hasselblad Foundation

Wikiland is part of Watched! Surveillance, Art and Photography. Published by Hasselblad Foundation / Walther König

2016-05-19

© Cecilia Hillström Gallery

The Last of the Lucky at Cecilia Hillström Gallery. May 19 – June 11.

2016-05-15

© Kraków Photomonth Festival

Imagineering (Re)activating the Photographic, Krakow Photomonth Festival, Bunkier Sztuki, Kraków, Poland, 2016 – Solo Show

2016-05-15

© Kraków Photomonth Festival

Round table at Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art, coordinated by Karol Hordziej, Kraków, Poland

2016-05-15

Opening: 15.05.2016 © Kraków Photomonth Festival

Imagineering—(Re)activating the Photographic: Klara Källström & Thobias Fäldt / “Werker Magazine” / Discipula
Opening dates: 15.05−21.08.2016
Curator: Lars Willumeit
Venue: Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art
Exhibition within the framework of Kraków Photomonth Festival

2016-05-12

© Lars Willumeit

The (Un)becomings of Photography —
On Reaggregating and Reassembling the Photographic and its Institutions
(Foundation for Visual Arts, 2016)

Lars Willumeit 2016

With contributions by: Klara Källström & Thobias Fäldt, Paul Graham, Yann Mingard, Max Pinckers, John Tagg, Duncan Forbes, The Photocaptionist, Aneta Grzeszykowska, Discipula, Adam Mazur, Annekathrin Kohout, Iris Sikking, Werker Magazine, Sputnik Photos and #Dysturb.

2016-05-12

© Kraków Photomonth Festival Poster

Klara and Thobias at Krakow Photomonth 2016.

“Crisis? What Crisis?!” is the main theme of the 14th edition of Krakow Photomonth, Europe’s leading photography festival. The Main Program is curated by Lars Willumeit, German curator and social anthropologist.

2016-04-30

© Göteborgs konsthall

New series, The Last of the Lucky, Göteborgs Konsthall, April 30 – May 22.

2016-04-23

© Kunsthal Charlottenborg

A Beach are part of the Manifolds exhibition at Kunsthal Charlottenborg

2016-04-22

© Lugemik

Klara and Thobias at Kunsthal Charlottenborg

2016-04-15

© Belgrade Photography Month

WHAT’S THIS BOOK? at Kulturforum for Belgrade Photography Month. Belgrade, April 15-29, 2016

WHAT’S THIS BOOK? was a selection of some of the most relevant photobooks published between 2014 and 2016. Eclectic at heart, the exhibition displayed around twenty-five photobooks. It was accompanied by a showcase of prints and audiovisual material. Though the show should not be considered a definitive and axiomatic catalogue but rather a personal and subjective selection of favourites, its intention was to highlight a wide array of approaches, philosophies and practices in the area of international photobook production, placing at the focus of its research small independent publishers next to photographers who self-publish and distribute their printed works. The show covered diverse topics, with the aim to engage the public with the practice of publishing, while familiarizing it with the present state of the photobook that is quite indicative of tendencies in contemporary photography. At the same time, with its parallel activities (a three-hour workshop and guided tour), WHAT’S THIS BOOK created an educational forum for local artists, editors, and publishers, wherein they were able to exchange ideas and improve their strategies and projects. A guided tour and a photolovers encounter became part of the project.

Photobooks by: Toni Amengual (self-published, Spain) / Israel ARIÑO (Ediciones Anómalas, Spain) / Alessandro CALABRESE (Skinnerboox, Italy) / Federico CLAVARINO (Dalpine, Spain) / Simone DONATI (TerraProject, Italy) / Thobias FÄLDT – Klara KÄLLSTRÖM (B-B-B-Books, Sweden) / Satoshi FUJIWARA (AMANA, Japan) / Ryuichi ISHIKAWA (AKAAKA, Japan) / Luce LEBART (Poursuite, France) / Eriko KOGA (AKAAKA, Japan) / Salva LÓPEZ (Terranova, Spain) / Henrik MALMTRÖM (Kominek Books, Germany) / Daniel MAYRIT (Riot Books, Spain) / Emi NAKATA (AKAAKA, Japan) / Marco Paltrinieri (Discipula, Italy/UK) / Vicente PAREDES (This Book is True, Spain) / Eufália C. PAZ (Stephanian, Italy) / Mariela SANCARI (La Fábrica, Spain) / Thomas SAUVIN (Jiazazhi, China) / Ikuro SUZUKI (AKAAKA, Japan) / Miguel Ángel TORNERO (Editorial RM, Spain) / Lorenzo TRICOLI (Self-published, Italy) / Dragana YURISIC (Oonagh Young Gallery, Ireland).

Curated by Natasha Christia

2016-02-19

Village - Shortlisted to the Swedish Photobook Award 2016 © SFF

Conversation about Village with Kristofer Lundström at the Swedish Photobook Award 2016

2016-02-19

© SFF

Village – Shortlisted to the Swedish Photobook Award 2016

2015-07-06

B-B-B-Books at Cosmos Arles Books 2015

2015-07-06

Village is shortlisted for Arles Book Award 2017.

2015-07-06

© Cosmos Arles Books

B-B-B-Books at Cosmos Arles Books 2015

2015-05-20

© Absolut Art

Jusqu’où c’est profond and The crossing place from Village at Absolute Art

 

 

2015-03-25

© Liljevalchs

Village at Liljevalchs konsthall, Greenhill Art Award, Stockholm

2014-11-11

© Paris Photo

Klara and Thobias at Platform Paris Photo. Curated by Urs Stahel

2014-10-28

Europe, Greece, Athens, Acropolis - Shortlisted to the Swedish Photobook Award 2014

Conversation about Europe, Greece, Athens, Acropolis with Niclas Östlind at the Swedish Photobook Award 2014

2014-07-11

© Olivier Cablat

Klara and Thobias at Cosmos Arles Books 2014

Poles & Bulls / Catalog
Curated by Olivier Cablat & Sebastian Hau.
Published by Galerie 2600
Designed by Olivier Cablat

2014-07-11

© B-B-B-Books

Wikiland 2007-07-12-00:59:46 book release at Cosmos Arles Books 2014

2014-06-01

© Aperture Foundation

Klara and Thobias are part of The Photographer’s Playbook
Edited by Jason Fulford and Gregory Halpern
Published by Aperture.
”The best way to learn is by doing. The Photographer’s Playbook features photography assignments, as well as ideas, stories and anecdotes from many of the world’s most talented photographers and photography professionals. Whether you’re looking for exercises to improve your craft–alone or in a group–or you’re interested in learning more about the medium, this playful collection will inspire fresh ways of engaging with photographic process. Inside you will find advice for better shooting and editing, creative ways to start new projects, games and activities and insight into the practices of those responsible for our most iconic photographs”