Jerusalem Street Photo

Street portrait. Jerusalem, February 2019.

Hasidic jews at the Western Wall in Jerusalem.

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Group Photo Exhibitions

Jerusalem by night. Shot in February 2019.
(not one of the photos that I’ll exhibit).

Here’s a short news update from my part of the world:

«As a selected photographer you are hereby invited to participate to showcase your portfolio at Henie Onstad Art Center 11-12. May and at the group exhibition at Nordic Light Festival 1-5. May.»

«Som utvalgt fotograf er du herved invitert til å delta ved portfoliovisningen på Henie Onstad Kunstsenter 11-12. mai og på gruppeutstillingen på Nordic Light Festival 1-5. mai.»

I will exhibit a handful of portraits and I’m looking forward to it.

Henie Onstad Kunstsenter: http://hok.no/
Nordic Light Festival: https://www.nordiclightfestival.no/
CYAN: http://cyanstudio.no/blog/2019/3/23/juryering-cyan-folio-2019

 

Suspension

A couple of friends asked me to come along and document something called Suspension Sunday. Having frequented plenty of tattoo conventions, and since I know a lot of heavily tattooed/pierced/body modified type of people, I am familiar with suspensions.

I’m assuming that the majority of the people who follow this blog aren’t as familiar with suspensions as I am, so here’s a photo to give you an idea:

Suspension

Stay tuned for more! (Hang in there)

Do you want to hang? Check out https://wingsofdesire.org/

Trollmors Vuggevise feat. RAH

“Troll Mom’s Lullaby” is a Swedish children’s song, written by Margit Holmberg (1912-1989). It’s about a troll mom who sings a lullaby with the words “Oajajajaj buff” to her eleven children, as they are the most beautiful words she knows. The song was first released in 1943.

«Trollmors vaggsång» er en svensk barnevise, skrevet av Margit Holmberg (1912–1989). Visa handler om en trollmor som synger ei vise med ordene «Oajajajaj buff» til sine elleve barn når de skal sove, ettersom de er de vakreste ordene hun kjenner til. Visa finnes under kategorien «lekevise» i Nu ska vi sjunga fra 1943, en sangbok for småskolen som har blitt brukt av flere generasjoner svensker. (Wikipedia)