Bright Hours (Journal, 2016)
Bright Hours refers to something past – an uncertain place that does not exist, something fragile and indefinite.
The project, which started in 2008, is based on journeys to the Arctic North, Kola Peninsula and Nenets Autonomous Okrug in northwest Russia. The book also contains photographs from other places, like Saint Petersburg and the Åland islands.
Carried out with support from Eugène, Elisabeth och Birgit Nygréns stifelse, Helge Ax:son Johnsons stifelse, Stiftelsen Längmanska kulturfonden, the Swedish Cultural Foundation in Finland and Ålands kulturdelegation
Granted with the Swedish Arts Councils’ literarature support in 2017
Nominated for The Finnish Photobook Award in 2017
Selected for Hasselblad Center’s exhibition ’Published - Photo Books in Sweden’ at Gothenburg Museum of Art in 2018
Photographs and text by Karl Henrik Edlund
Graphic design by Karl Henrik Edlund & Gösta Flemming
Published by Journal, Stockholm, 2016
24,5 x 28,4 centimeter
39 b/w & 11 color photographs
Swiss bound hardcover with tipped in cover image
First edition of 600 copies