Most images on this website are available as editioned prints. Here is a small selection and some examples, just get in touch for more information.
Grand Canyon

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Cactus – from the book Southbound

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At the Museum

At MOMA, New York. The sculpture Fillette is made by Louise Bourgeois. (Fillette means little girl in French.) MOMA says this about the sculpture: «…While it most obviously represents a phallus, the work can also be seen as a female torso, as the title suggests; in this reading, the two round forms are the tops of two legs, attaching to their hip joints. This eliding of genders creates ambiguity, as do the work’s dual qualities of erect potency and fragile vulnerability. «From a sexual point of view,» Bourgeois said, «I consider the masculine attributes to be very delicate.» 
Givær exhibition
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