May 5 – June 17, 2017
Opening Thursday May 4, 5-8 pm.
114 42 Stockholm, Sweden
The exhibition Flying Change by Pernilla Zetterman contains parts of her extensive series Close (2001-2017). Themes are control, discipline, performing but also devotion and the relation to memories.
We combine the opening with the release of her new book Turn Down Center Line (Kerber Verlag, Germany). Concept and design by Sandra Praun and Oscar Guermouche, the text is written by Timothy Persons. Zettermans first monograph Behave was published 2009 at the publising house Hatje Cantz with text by the former chief curator at Museum Winterthur in Switzerland Urs Stahel.
Pernilla Zetterman (born 1970) lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden. She studied photography in Sweden and Finland, receiving a postgraduate degree from the Aalto University in Helsinki, an MFA from the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm and a BFA from the School of Photography at Göteborg University. Pernilla Zetterman has received the Victor Fellowship from the Hasselblad Foundation.