Per Heimly is a renowned Norwegian photographer who has made a name for himself during an impressive career of 25 years. He is known for his unique style that moves between the commercial and artistic fields. With his ability to provoke and challenge the norms, he has created attention by showing the beautiful in situations that are often considered unsightly, degrading or taboo.
Heimly is an artist who is not afraid to explore and experiment. He is inspired by the expressive legacy of Edvard Munch, which has made him particularly famous in Norway. His photographs often bear the stamp of this expressive expression, and they are capable of capturing the viewer's attention and evoking emotions.
At DAIDDA he presents the series "TREES". Here he uses Japanese awagami paper to print the pictures, which gives a unique and special effect, almost like drawings on paper. This shows his ability to explore different materials and techniques to create a visual experience that goes beyond the ordinary.
Per Heimly has made a clear mark on Norwegian photography and art through his unique style and expressive expression. His ability to challenge conventional thinking and show the beauty in the unusual has made him a prominent figure in the industry. Through his photographs, he takes the viewer on a journey that engages and challenges, and he leaves a lasting impression on Norwegian photography.
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