The work of Per Morten Abrahamsen has always been supported by some recurring values: radicality, non-orthodoxy, transgression. It is also characterized by a playful side, a desire to tell stories and a constant challenge to one’s own expressive abilities. Abrahamsen works on photography staged, and he creates scenes and expressions that represent often an altered reality, where the man seems disarmed and alone – despite his cohabitation with others. In the exhibition “The lake and other lies” Abrahamsen presents four photographic series. All, with new shots and a new composition, are a continuation of earlier works whose source of inspiration […]
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