Stuart Franklin has to be considered one of Nordic Light’s most loyal friends. He has been a festival guest for the past two years. In 2009 he was a visiting lecturer. The following year he came as curator for the controversial photography exhibition Point of No Return. In the spring of 2011 he also led one of Nordic Light’s workshops which was held on an oil platform in the Draugen oil field and a natural gas plant in the Ormen Lange oil field, the first workshop of its kind. Stuart Franklin returns as a festival guest this year to the beautiful coastal town of Kristiansund. His exhibition Narcissus is based on his latest black-and-white nature pictures from the picturesque island of Otrøya near Molde.
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