Jonas Lindstroem, Believe © 2024, Jonas Lindstroem
Jonas Lindstroem: Believe
Feb 29 – Apr 7, 2024
Yvon Lambert
Paris, France

Believe is a photographic essay imagined by Lindstroem which reads as an elegy to our world. As someone who belongs to the new wave of image makers, his mission has been to question and reveal the veracity of our experiences. We are being asked to recognise, to feel. Not to think, to Believe, not judge. It is to see our human connection and disconnection; our intimacy and alienation as we live amongst each other in a challenging yet extraordinary world. Gentle, complex imagery plucked from a narrative and staged as vignettes. The artist has taken us on a journey, the frequency of the works gathering in confidence as he asks us to pause and consider what it is to live. Believe has been designed by Nicolas Poillot and Axel Pelletanche.

Believe by Jonas Lindstroem
To trust the world is a magical place

Photographer: Jonas Lindstroem
Creative direction: Nicolas Poillot
Design: Axel Pelletanche
Foreword: Thom Bettridge
Supervision & executive production: Olivia Gideon Thomson

Red cloth cover with embossing on front, spine and back.
32 x 26 cm, 140 pages, Full color offset
February 2024. First edition / 500 copies

Yvon Lambert
Paris, France

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