Italian born Massimo Leardini has lived and worked in Norway since 1987. With his fascination for the nordic light and nature, he has portrayed people in a harmoniously and natural way for many years, resulting in books and exhibitions. When Leardini displays his pictures at Modul 35 with the exhibition Over Here and Back There, there are excerpts from his projects In Between, Scandinavian, Catarsi and images that have not been shown before.
Helge Skodvin has established himself as one of Norway's leading photographers for magazines, newspapers and publishers. The arts database has registered 28 417 species in Norway. 'A Jungle Out There is an attempt to document an alternative and expanded Norwegian fauna. A wildlife found in the midst of us.
Dead Water is a photobook project by artists Jessika Thörnqvist & Kim Ramberghaug, the artist duo Lightnin 'Howlin' and Screamin ' They work photographically with themes such as time conception and memory in a floating and sometimes abstracted imagery.
The gallery has a program with approx. 10 exhibitions a year. For spring 2018, we will present six photographers showing a wide range of projects within documentary, fine art, landscape and portrait - Jessika Thörnqvist & Kim Ramberghaug, Helge Skodvin, Massimo Leardini, Yanir Shani and GT Nergaard.
On the occasion of the D2 magazine's 10th anniversary, Modul 35 shows a selection of images from the magazine's archive.
D2, Dagens Næringslivs Friday magazine, has since its inception focused on photography as an art form and the magazine has visually much in common with international monthly magazines and publishes high-quality photography in the presentation of lifestyle and reporting articles.
Kristine Wathne shows a huge dedication to her projects and is in constant prossess, she is a unique photographer that we will be able to discover on Module 35 with the project, Mania. Where she, like her objects, has become a collector in search of the image she is missing.
The exhibition consists of works from 5 of the newly graduated students at The Norwegian School of Photography. Daniel Bolstad, Tobias Kvendseth Johnsen, Hedda Rysstad, Eline Viddal Rød and Aslak Burheim Sommervold exhibit pictures chosen from individual projects, put together in a new context based on similarities in mood, aesthetics and themes.