Mårten Lange

Biography

The artistic work of Mårten Lange (*1984, Gothenburg, Sweden) often revolves around nature, technology, architecture and the urban environment. Using a photographic language of reduction and concentration, Lange turns everyday phenomena into images that are clear, poetic and direct. He currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany. His work is published and exhibited internationally.

Mårten Lange (* 1984, Göteborg, Schweden) beschäftigt sich in seiner künstlerischen Arbeit meist mit den Themen Natur, Technologie, Architektur und dem urbanen Raum. Mit einer fotografischen Sprache der Reduktion und Konzentration verwandelt Lange alltägliche Phänomene in klare, poetische und direkte Bilder. Er lebt und arbeitet zur Zeit in Berlin. Seine Arbeit wird international ausgestellt und publiziert.

2018
“The Moderna Exhibition”, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
2018
“[Control]No Control”, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany
2018
“Published”, Hasselblad Center, Gothenburg, Sweden
2017
“The Mechanism”, MELK, Oslo, Norway
2017
“FotoIndustria”, Bologna, Italy
2017
“The Mechanism”, Webber Gallery, London, UK
2016
“Deed”, Gothenburg Museum of Art, Gothenburg, Sweden
2014
“Photography Now”, IMA Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2013
“Another Language”, MELK, Oslo, Norway, 2013
2017
Two year working grant from the Swedish Authors' Fund
2015
One year working grant from the Swedish Authors' Fund
2015
Victor Fellowship, Hasselblad Foundation
2011
Working grant from the Swedish Arts Grants Committee
2009
Victor Fellowship, Hasselblad Foundation
2018
Residency at Swatch Art Peace Hotel, Shanghai, China
2015
Residency at ISCP, New York, USA

The Mechanism

MACK, London, UK

Chicxulub

self-published

Citizen

Études Books, Paris, France

Machina

2nd Edt., self-published

Another Language

MACK, London, UK

Un Langage En Soi

Je Suis Une Bande Des Jeunes, New York City, USA

Crows

Farewell, Gothenburg, Sweden

Anomalies

Farewell, Gothenburg, Sweden

Machina

Farewell, Gothenburg, Sweden

Woodland

Farewell, Gothenburg, Sweden

Exhibitions