Tag: Claude Monet

Tate Modern in May 2016

The new Tate Modern building* was inaugurated on June 17. I was there in late May and much still looked like a building site, here the turbine hall: Tate Modern, May 2016 © Jan Oberg   The main exhibit at the time was “Performing For The Camera”; curator Simon Baker talks here about it (it ended in June). It’s about how we all act – … Read More Tate Modern in May 2016

The Rouen Cathedral Suite

It’s all about seeing, isn’t it? Having lived with art since I was a child, I’ve always played with the idea of doing photography with reference to the art I cherish. Since 1969, I have looked at Roy Lichtenstein’s 6-piece Cathedral Series from that year which were based on Claude Monet’s Rouen Cathedral paintings in the 1890s. This is about my latest edition, the Rouen … Read More The Rouen Cathedral Suite

Shoot # 25

Lund, Sweden – September 26, 2015 Whether you are an old or new friend I welcome you to Oberg PhotoGraphics. shoot is a digital gift – a moment of meditation – with which I wish you a good weekend and “weekbegin.” The photo above “Door To A Window” is a study in shapes, light and colours. It’s a new print exhibited for the first time at the … Read More Shoot # 25