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Nathalia Edenmont

(Sweden, Born 1970)
Estimate
140 000 - 160 000 SEK
12 700 - 14 500 EUR
13 500 - 15 500 USD
Hammer price
145 000 SEK
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Nathalia Edenmont
(Sweden, Born 1970)

'A Moment Like This', 2018 - 2019

Signed N Edenmont and dated 2018-2019, numbered 3/6, verso. C-print mounted on aluminum and framed, 160 x 177 cm including frame.

Provenance

Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm.

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Nathalia Edenmont's motifs are carefully arranged and full of symbols: flowers, blood, fruits, animals and insects. All built on site in the studio (from real things), she does not use digital editing and shoots with an analogue Sinar 8x10 large format camera. Each artwork is immortalised in a single photo session. At a time when most of us are forced to view ourselves through digital channels, Edenmont's powerful, meticulously arranged analogue photographs act as a counterpoint to the fleeting portraits that permeate our everyday lives. She boldly and vulnerably portrays her life's traumas, childhood memories and dreams.
Many of her portraits have art historical references where the model takes on the role of a Madonna, mother or queen. Edenmont uses flowers and plants to symbolise the cycle of life, transience and female fertility, from freshly harvested, crisp tulips representing youth to wilted flowers and leaves representing ageing.
Nathalia Edenmont has had solo exhibitions at Dunkers Kulturhus, Helsingborg, Sven-Harrys konstmuseum in Stockholm, Wetterling Gallery Stockholm, Flint Institute of Arts, Michigan, Arkansas Art Center in Arkansas and White Space, Florida as well as Nancy Hoffman Gallery, New York and the Swedish Institute in Paris. She is represented in numerous public and private collections, including the Moderna Museet, Stockholm, the Miami Art Museum, and the Moscow House of Photography Museum.

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