Anna Ulmestrand - Intimate landscape

Abecita Art Museum - Closed until 25 February 2021, Borås
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Anna Ulmestrand will show a very different world and personal interpretation of the macro world.

She does not look for motives primarily, but rather for contrast in color and shape and what in her eyes is different and deviant in the environment. The weird. A macro screens off and gives a fantastic ability to turn the boring ordinary into something magically exciting and different thanks to its short depth of field. The macro allows us to step into another world that is just as real and fair as a landscape photographer, but one that is totally different! Yet it is exactly the same nature you photograph.

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Opening: Thursday 14 October at 18.30-19.30

The exhibition runs from October 14, 2021until January 23, 2022.

Location: Abecita Pop Art & Photography.

Contact information

Herrljungagatan 15
Phone: +46-768350102
Booking: +46-768350102

Organizer: Abecita Pop- & Fotokonst


Opening hours

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General opening hours: Tuesday-Friday 11-16, Saturday-Sunday 11-15. Closed for hanging and certain holidays, keep an eye on Abecita's website.

Price information

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Adult SEK 100 - coffee included

Students SEK 50

School group (under 15 years) - SEK 400

For 15 years, in the company of parents - free admission

No fee to the café

Public transportation

|Translated by Google translation| Bus 100 from Gothenburg to Resecentrum, then bus 3 to Knalleland - in the middle of the press office. By train from Stockholm or Herrljunga there is a station 100 m from the museum. A stop before Borås! Central Station.


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From Knalleland Train Station and bus stop about 2 minutes. On foot from Resecentrum, about 15 minutes to the museum. By car - follow the easiest signpost towards Borås Zoo, well inside its parking lot, keep right past Borås Simarena and 200 m down the street is the Abecita Art Museum.