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Publication “Reimagining Those Old Slopes”

Publication “Reimagining Those Old Slopes”

publication
21× 14,8 cm
2021
€5
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Introduction

The publication for Holger Loodus solo show  “Reimagining Those Old Slopes ” at Kogo gallery. The publication contains visual material compiled by Holger Loodus, including his photos and the essay by Tanel Rander. As a whole it combines images and thoughts about Dante Alighieri’s  “Divine Comedy ” especially its volume 2 “Purgatorio” with thoughts and images about the modernity.

In two languages: Estonian and English
Translation and language editing: Refiner translations
Graphic design: Aleksandra Samulenkova

ISBN 978-9916-9605-0-9
20 pages including covers, all in same paper, 21× 14,8 cm (A5)
Paper: recycled paper Nautilus Classic 120g
Colour: 1+1 (black and white)
Edition: 500
Printing: Trükikoda Paar

Freely available at the exhibition.

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About the artist

Holger Loodus (1970) is an artist mainly working with painting and installation. One of the more prominent methods in his work is the mystification of daily experiences. Loodus’ earlier work can be characterized as magical realism, whereas his later work can be better understood through notions of sci-fi or alternative histories.

Holger Loodus graduated from the Department of Cultural Heritage and Conservation (BA, 2008) and the Department of Painting in the Faculty of Fine Arts (MA, 2012) at the Estonian Academy of Arts. In 2011 he studied in the Media Art department of Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design. In 2012 Loodus was awarded the Young Artist Prize. In 2018 he received the People’s Choice Award of the Köler Prize and the annual prize of the Estonian Cultural Endowment.

Read more about Holger Loodus and look at her selected projects at CCA artists database and artist website.

More works by this artist

Photography, pigment print, 1/5+1AP, 55 x 55 (95 x 95) cm, 2019
1000 €
Photography, pigment print, 1/5+1AP, 55 x 55 (95 x 95) cm, 2021
1000 €
Photography, pigment print, 1/5+1AP, 55 × 55 (95 × 95) cm, 2019
1000 €
publication, 21× 14,8 cm, 2021
5 €

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