Ulf Lundin
Photographer / Filmmaker

Ulf Lundin was born in Alingsås, Sweden in 1965 and trained as a still photographer at the School of Photography, The University of Gothenburg (MFA, 1997). He now lives in Stockholm and works as an artist, primarily in the field of video and photography.

Recent solo presentations are ”Best of Sweden” Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Sweden (2023). ”Day by Day”, Stockholm City Museum (2020), ”From Darkness”, Kunsthall 3.14, Bergen, Norway (2020). ”The Monument”, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm (2018). Recent group exhibitions include ”Darkrooms”, Hasselblad Center, Göteborg (2022). ”OOH! Urban Video Art Festival”, Varg e vi, Kosovo (2019). ”VAFT”, Turku, Finland (2018). Lundin is represented by Galleri Magnus Karlsson in Stockholm. His book ”The Monument” was nominated for The Swedish Photo Book Award (2019) and his latest bok ”Best of Sweden” was published 2023.

Ulf Lundin
Photographer / Filmmaker

Ulf Lundin was born in Alingsås, Sweden in 1965 and trained as a still photographer at the School of Photography, The University of Gothenburg (MFA, 1997). He now lives in Stockholm and works as an artist, primarily in the field of video and photography.

Recent solo presentations are ”Best of Sweden” Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Sweden (2023). ”Day by Day”, Stockholm City Museum (2020), ”From Darkness”, Kunsthall 3.14, Bergen, Norway (2020). ”The Monument”, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm (2018). Recent group exhibitions include ”Darkrooms”, Hasselblad Center, Göteborg (2022). ”OOH! Urban Video Art Festival”, Varg e vi, Kosovo (2019). ”VAFT”, Turku, Finland (2018). Lundin is represented by Galleri Magnus Karlsson in Stockholm. His book ”The Monument” was nominated for The Swedish Photo Book Award (2019) and his latest bok ”Best of Sweden” was published 2023.

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  • Anu Põder: Space for My Body
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    Muzeum Susch
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