Patrik Nilsson at Galleri TU August 29 to August 31 2014
I had a photo exhibition at Galleri TU in Stockholm the last weekend of August. You can find event details at
The photos are archival quality giclée prints, most of them printed in A3+ size (329*483 mm/12.95*19 inches) on my Canon PRO-10.
After experimenting with different paper stocks, I decided to print on Hahnemühle Torchon, a fine art paper with a very nice texture.
The theme for the exhibition was "Animals I have met". Like "Iggy", who I met at the atoll Bancho Chinchorro in Mexico last year.
While preparing for an exhibition, I learned about a lot of new things, such as "blind embossing".
On August 26th, I got the keys to the gallery.
Preparations for the exhibition where now very hands-on - what to hang where, and how ...
August 27th. "We have coffee!" There would be other beverages available as well.
"This is how I hang."
"And like this." I was getting a bit nervous as this was the day before the first day of the exhibition. But everything was on track.
August 28th, the opening day. Quite appropriate for this album, the first visitors where my old colleagues from JAlbum.
During the four days of the exhibition a lot of friends and colleagues visited. (Photo: Patrik Fältström)
I really enjoyed discussing the photos and the history behind them. (Photo: Jonas Picko Lundborg)
There where snacks and refreshments.
The visitors seemed to enjoy themselves as well. (Photo: Jonas Picko Lundborg)
4 out of 5 brothers dropped by.
Some vistitors came by twice, or even three times.
Some brought nice flowers.
For those still undecided on which print go get and for those who could not attend, I present the prints here.
I have choosen to use photos of the actual prints rather than the digital originals, to try to show how they look on paper.
The A3+ prints are limited to 25 signed prints of each photo.
They are 850 SEK each.
The small "information card" is included.
If you are considering buying a print, please contact me at email@example.com.
The Humpback whale panorama is 200*43 cm/79*17 inches and limited to an edition of 5 at 3500 SEK each.