Louise Enhörning's latest body of work is a meditation on love of different kinds. The title "Agape" references the Greek term for a form of non-romantic love, affection, charity. The series of photographs with their luminous colours and unearthly atmosphere deal simultaneously with depth and surface, the real and the superficial. In a seemingly random sequence of photographs, a rhythm emerges, weaving a complex web of discovery. The book features an evocative essay by Swedish art critic, philosopher, and writer Lars-Erik Hjertström Lappalainen which takes the reader on a short journey through Louise Enhörning's distinctive world of love.
215 mm x 255 mm
Art and Theory Publishing 2019