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some new shots

Posted on April 3rd, 2012

galleri wetlesen

Posted on February 13th, 2012

“Lips” series and some of the “Pop Art Cars” are now available at Galleri Wetlesen, Bygdøy Allé 27 0262 Oslo

** My display at Galleri Wetlesen has ended. Thank-you to everyone who visited the gallery during my show.

another look at alberta

Posted on January 11th, 2012

Here is a new series of prairie shots based upon the alberta gallery. See some of the originals here. These started as traditional looking images and then I went on a bit of a tangent with the editing. Prints of these are of course available, contact me at pm@pm-foto.com

lips

Posted on January 11th, 2012

A little bit different point of view. Many thanks to models, Margrete Ngo, Linn Gudem and Maia Leween Stien and to make-up artists Randi Repstad for their expertise and patience in helping to make these shots possible.

Prints of these shots are available. Please contact me at pm@pm-foto if you are interested.

recent portraits

Posted on January 11th, 2012

Many thanks to Models; Margrete Ngo, Linn Gudem, and Maia Leween Stien. And to Make Up Artists; Randi Repstad and Kaja Thorsen

More shots in portrait gallery. To go there click here.

food shots

Posted on April 4th, 2011

Here is a small selection of some studio food shots I have done over the past few months. And yes, I ate the sushi when I was done.

et årsverk december 11 2010

Posted on February 11th, 2011

Here´s how it started. My friend Jan Christian Mollestad came over for coffee and I showed him some of my “Car pictures. He thought they were wonderful. He immediately called his brother Markus who, together with Jan Christian, organize a yearly art and culture exhibition in Stabekk (a small center near where we live) called Et Årsverk.  Upon seeing my photos they concluded that I MUST display them at the event.

I then showed them some test shots of computer innards. Heavily modified in photoshop but computer bits none the less. They liked these too and thought they would be good for the Stabekk show in addition to the cars.

The Et Årsverk program, consisted of the main display hall set up as a gallery with artwork and live music plus  the theater area for films, poetry, political discussions, dance and music. In the gallery, I displayed some car shots along with the new computer shots. For the theater I made a short slide show production of the computer pictures in collaboration with Sam Asgari who did the music.

It was fun to work with Sam who is already at 16, a musical talent. Check him out on the etaarsverk.no website.

The computer slide show called, Travels in a Digital Landscape can be found on YouTube.

Below are some samples of the computer series. Click to enlarge.

exhibition at høvik

Posted on July 2nd, 2009

Exhibition at HøvikCanadian photographer Peter MacCallum opened his first photo exhibition in Norway (at local gallery in Høvik) 17 January – 8 February 2009. The two themes of the show were “The forgotten Canadian history and “pop art cars”.

The forgotten Canadian history
“I have always been very interested in history and naturally keen on Canadian history. When reading about Canadian history, researchers often focus on the people that succeed. My photo series is exciting to me because it gave me the opportunity to show my version of the forgotten Canadian history – those people that made an effort to establish themselves in the prairies, struggling to make it work, but eventually gave up,” says Peter MacCallum.

CARS
“The pop art cars started as an experimental project. I have always liked old cars with unique design. I feel that today’s cars are too similar and have too few distinctive features. My photos accentuate these features and show off their beauty,” says Peter MacCallum.

For more information about the exhibition contact:

Peter MacCallum
Mobile: 902 68 005