published by: The Gothenburg Museum of Art & Fabrikbooks
format: 25 x 31,5 cm
no. of pages: 272
no. of printed works: 203
foreword by: Curator Johan Sjöström
texts by: Art historian Kristine Kern; Author Merete Pryds Helle
hardcover with silver foil imprint
book design by: Rasmus Koch Studio
no. of edition: English: 700; Swedish: 500
price: € 57 – free shipping within Denmark on orders above €60
Compiling more than ten projects and spanning fifteen years of artistic work the book Trine Søndergaard: 203 Works presents the most comprehensive collection of images ever assembled in book form by the internationally acclaimed Danish artist.
Published by The Gothenburg Museum of Art and Fabrikbooks in 2020, the book Trine Søndergaard: 203 Works brings together 203 meticulously selected works displaying an extensive view into the many facetted aspects of Søndergaard’s oeuvre: The early landscape pictures in the How to Hunt series (2005-10); evocative interiors of empty Danish manor houses in the Interior series (2010); contemplative portraits of young girls wearing historical headwear in the Strude (2007-10), Guldnakke (2012-13) and Hovedtøj (2019) series; and brand new images, published for the first time, along with several other significant works.
Altogether, photographs that span Søndergaard’s career as one of the most influential contemporary Scandinavian photographers.
“Trine Søndergaard’s work … contains equal parts of the everyday and the solemn, and since her debut, the artist’s production has been characterized by undercurrents of melancholy, loss, and the idea of the image as a mental state beyond language. … She utilises a circular visual poetics, in which motifs and phrases from earlier works reverberate, creating meaningful connections. … Taken as a whole, the artist’s prismatically fragmented works provide an imagery for human states of consciousness and memory on a both personal and societal level.” – Curator Johan Sjöström.
Curator Johan Sjöström, Danish author Merete Pryds Helle and art historian Kristine Kern contributes to the publication with new texts dealing comprehensively and poetically with Søndergaard’s art.