Mattias A. Klum

Our time on Earth

16 October, 2020 — 07 March, 2021

An explorer of Tellus, whose gaze and camera have, for over three decades, captured moments on Earth we will never forget.

EXHIBITION

Mattias A. Klum started as a photographer when he was 17. Later he was the first-ever Swede to have his photograph of a silvered leaf monkey on the cover of National Geographic. For about 35 years he has passionately followed the changes of the planet’s nature, fauna, vulnerable cultures, and environments, always through his camera.  He has shared these moments with a fascinated world, who through unique images got the chance to come along on his journeys. His motivation: to, through his love for nature and his holistic view on life, inspire the realization that it is how we use our time on Earth that decides its future. And he is hopeful.

“New techniques and more cyclic thinking in, for instance, food production, changes behaviors. And that development is advancing quickly, with the younger generation pushing it on, which gives hope for the future”, Mattias A. Klum says.

— Say the name Mattias Klum, and images and sounds from the farthest corners of the world come to mind – from the rustling night sounds in the deep forests of Borneo, to the clunk of icebergs against the side of a ship in the Arctic. Through his work, he hasn’t just shown us scenes from the animal- and natural worlds that we would otherwise never have experienced, he has also given us a sense of responsibility – the survival of this living treasure is up to us humans, and how we use our time on Earth, says Lisa Hydén, exhibition manager at Fotografiska Stockholm.

Schedule

Oct
16

Exhibition opens

Mar
07

Exhibition closes

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