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Have a look at Swedish House Mafia Fotografiska exhibition

Swedish House Mafia – Purgatorium, by Alexander Wessely at Fotografiska museum in Stockholm is now open to public

A journey between life and death, following the resurrection of the Swedish trio, Swedish House Mafia; this is the main theme of Alexander Wessely exhibition at Fotografiska in Stockholm.

Opened today for the public, the exhibition visually interprets the artists’ mental state and emotions during the reunion period. Photos, videos, and music merge together creating a mystical atmosphere suspended into a limbo of conflicting emotions.

If you’re in Stockholm for the boys’ three shows, we highly suggest to not miss that. Besides experiencing a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition, you will be also able to purchase one of the 100 limited signed posters.

For the ones who aren’t able to be there, we have collected some pictures and videos of the exhibition.

Dark, soft and mystical music and high contrasted video will surround you once inside. The first thing you will notice is the close-up portrait of Steve Angello, Axwell, and Sebastian Ingrosso. Black, white and desaturated yellow and blue are the colors used; everything is monochromatic.

The main subjects are, besides the members of the trio, human bodies covered by soft clothes. Walls are used as big screens showing what you’ve seen before but in motion. You can find some of the clips used on the teaser previously uploaded on Instagram.

As told by Alexander himself “After having been close to all three of them for a while now, I have seen sides of them that not a lot of people get to see. I have tried to interpret their different personalities as much as possible, and I want this to show in every single piece of work that I have made for this exhibition.

If you want to visit the exhibition, it will be open until the 5th of May. Tickets available here.

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