To continue in with the horsey-theme we head to popular hangout Fotografiska. One of their current shows, Like a Horse, is an exhibition that has collected a multi-dimensional mix of 30 photographers and 140 works all portraying the human relationship between this powerful, spiritual, beautiful and hard-working animal. The exhibition presents photography, video works and installations that certainly has the intention is to broaden the image of the horse. We are touched and fascinated, educated and inspired. And we leave the exhibition a bit more clear as to why the stables might just beat the Harvard Business School to the best leadership education. The idea behind the exhibition originates from a book edited by New York based gallery owner and publisher Sophie Mörner, also the curator for this show Sophie Mörner who ridden throughout his life, the choice of theme was obvious; And the book High Tails was released after several years of research and collection of photographs.
Participating artists: Tim Flach, Sune Jonsson, Jill Greenberg, Pernilla Zetterman, Mary Ellen Mark, Charlotte Gyllenhammar, Yann Arthus-Bertrand, Herb Ritts, Guy Bourdin, Peter Stackpole, Hans Silvester, Steven Klein, Helmut Newton, Perry Ogden, David LaChapelle, Martin Parr, Kathleen Herbert, Theresia Viska, Muybridge, Agnes Thor, Beni Bischof, Eva Fiore Kovacovsky, Erika Larsen, Ilona Szwarc, Charlotte Dumas, Martha Camarillo, Alexandra Vogt, Signe Johannessen, Bianca Pilet, Julian Wolkenstein, Viktor Fordell, Anne Hall, Crystal Beacon/ Lena Bergendahl, Jennifer Rainsford, Rut Karin Zettergren, Ninja Thyberg, Systerskaparna / Annika och Jessica Karlsson and Storypark/ Lisen Lindahl, Henrik Larsson.
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