The essence of Kalle Sanner’s exhibition Album is light and its constant transformation. The pictures are taken in Kalle’s own home without portraying the environment, only occasionally an indication of the place is given. His suggestive light observations have a painterly feel that sometimes remind of Mark Rothko’s abstract paintings with rich, rusty red color.
Och studio designed the exhibition texts and catalogue for Kalle Sannar’s exhibition. The main focus during the design process of the catalogue was the experience of the colours. Every design decision made was based on the needs of the photographs. The catalogue is printed on Munken Lynx Rough, a premium uncoated paper that supurbly matches the muted colours in the photographs. It is simply folded twice without staples. The typography is limited to the front and back in a strict grid to make all the information easily accessible while walking through the exhibition.
Album was Kalle Sanner’s first exhibition at the Hasselblad Center. In 2010 Och Studio designed an artist book for Kalle Sanner with the same body of work.
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