MELK in Paris
MELK is returning to the new contemporary photography fair in Paris titled Nofound Photofair. The fair is arranged for the second time this year during the photo week in Paris and includes more than 40 international project spaces ranging from classical exhibitions to installations. The doors are open 17-19 November at the fair is found at 66 Rue de Turenne in Paris.We are proud to bring along new works by Espen Gleditsch, Mårten Lange, Ola Rindal and Emil Salto. In addition to the physical works, we will feature a mini-bookshop with recent books from the artists published by Revolver Publishing, MACK books and Cornerkiosk press. Espen Gleditsch (b. 1983, Tønsberg, Norway) has studied at FAMU in Prague and Fatamorgana in Copenhagen. His work has been included in exhibitions like Parallax (MELK 2012) Høstutstillingen (Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, 2011) Border District (Haugar Art Museum, Tønsberg, 2009) Labyrinth 09 – Writings and Observations (Botkyrka Konsthall, Stockholm, 2009) This Is The End (Gallery Spark, Copenhagen, 2009) Photographic Tendencies (Culture – Linda und Kunstverein, Hamburg 2008) Mårten Lange (b. 1984, Gothenburg, Sweden) holds a BA from School of Photography, University of Gothenburg and received the Victor Hasselblad Fellowship Grant for his MA at the University of Creative Arts in Farnham, England. His work is included in the Hasselblad Collection, and he has participated in exhibitions in Norway, Sweden, Australia, France, England, Italy, and South Africa. Lange has published his first major book with UK based MACK books in October 2012. Emil Salto (b.1968, Copenhagen, Denmark) was trained at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (1994-2000) and is represented by Henningsen gallery in Copenhagen. His work has been shown at MELK Volta NY; Kunsthallen Brandts, Randers Kunstmuseum, Peter Lav Gallery, Henningsen Gallery in Denmark, as well as Loop, Barcelona, and Kiasma/HIAP, Finland. His most recent artist book, titled Mute Science, was published by Revolver Publishing in 2011. Ola Rindal (b. 1971 in Fåvang, Norway) has had solo exhibitions in Norway, Sweden, Mexico and Belgium and done editorial work for magazines like Purple fashion, Dossier, Rodeo Magazine, I-D and Acne Paper. His last exhibitions were at Catherine Bastide, Brüssels, and MELK, Oslo, in 2010 and previous books published by Cornerkiosk press 2012, JSBJ 2011 and Hassla books in 2007.