Lund, Sweden – November 9, 2019
The Venice Art Biennale 2019 is coming to an end – its last day is November 24. So hurry up!
It’s been a fantastic experience for me and thousands of other artists from all over the world. To be invited to exhibit in the context of the Biennale is such a privilege. In a way, you can’t achieve more than this, the world’s largest and finest event for contemporary art. A once-in-an-art-lifetime – straight from my own studio in Lund to this!
My SPAR – Silk Peace Art Road – installation (video) has fared very well. I really could not ask for more positive reactions.I’m stimulated to do more and better in the future…
Now, how does one make it a living memory?
Oberg PhotoGraphics’ Vimeo Channel
Well, through photos and articles – you have seen some in these PostArt newsletters and on Oberg PhotoGraphics. And then… through videos.
I am happy to tell that I have finally moved all clips to the culture-oriented Vimeo platform from Google’s cattle market YouTube. And added many new ones.
I love to shoot small videos, edit them and add music. Sharing is caring!
Here is Oberg PhotoGraphics’ Channel on Vimeo – around 70 very short and simple clips of different art shows mixed with some of my own works and of the SPAR process and Venice. And with videos of future new editions. I continue to experiment with apps and learn the mysteries of Instagram where appear first.
Why not subscribe? See what I have seen when you can’t be there yourself 🙂
SPAR at Lund
The present exhibition at Oberg PhotoGraphics’ studio in Lund consists of the single photos and collages that sit in the installation in Venice – found also in a new portfolio – plus some other works from China in 1983 and some studies.
You are most welcome to visit my studio here in Lund, Sweden.
It is open any time – but by appointment only on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone me at +46 (0)738 525200.
This is one of many new editions relating to SPAR, China and the Belt and Road Initiative. It’s called “Sorry, No Wifi (Get Drunk)” and is one of those my studio visitors really like.
Video about it here. It’s not yet on the homepage and shop, so just contact me. You’ll be surprised that my prices are that reasonable.
It’s exquisite prints on Canson fine art papers, limited editions, numbered, signed in Western and Chinese style and accompanied by a signed Certificate of Authenticity.
It’s possible because I do everything myself – no middleman/gallery profits involved.
My works are available only from Oberg PhotoGraphics. And Christmas is approaching… do something creative!
Oh, if you missed PostArt # 76 about the Venice Dialogues with people from around the world – click here.
My best – and have a good weekbegin 🙂