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Update 2018 – Past, present and future dreams

  Oh, how time flies! It’s about two months since I posted here and we’re already well into 2018. I have an excuse, an acceptable one, I think: I’m working fulltime for peace! But, first – here the three main points in this belated New Year greeting: • The last two months devoted to peace • 8 short videos to inspire you • Dreams … Read More Update 2018 – Past, present and future dreams

Dirk Braeckman at La Biennale

At La Biennale 2017 The very “different” and moving photography by Dirk Braeckman at the Belgian Pavilion at Giardini. Here a little movie and a link also to his Venice homepage.

Walk Around # 4

As if you were there…Enjoy! More info on the link. Welcome!

Walk Around # 3

Ultrashort video: Walk Around # 3 Oberg PhotoGraphics studio – October-November 2017 Make an appointment on +46 738 525200 or janoberg@obergphotographics.biz Welcome!

Walk Around # 2

The video Walk Around # 2 My studio in October 2017 Open anytime but by appointment only on janoberg@obergphotographics.biz or +46 738 525200 Welcome!

Walk around my studio # 1 – Oct 2017

My “Three-In-One” exhibition with 1) some earlier photographs in new editions on on other media, 2) 25 documentary photos from the liberation of Aleppo, Syria in December 2016 – much suffering and much hope – and 3) multi-media photo collages. This short video – posted on Instagram – takes you around one of the rooms of my studio where there are, at the moment … Read More Walk around my studio # 1 – Oct 2017

Déjà Vu, Syria And Multi-Media Photo Collages – The “Three In One” exhibit

This post is updated with new images, latest on October 19, 2017 This “Three-In-One” exhibition opened on the “Night Of Culture” in Lund, September 16 16-22, at Vegagatan 25. Then I did a few new things and changed some of those presented – that’s one of the joys with collages… – and, so, this is also the collection of works that are on show … Read More Déjà Vu, Syria And Multi-Media Photo Collages – The “Three In One” exhibit