In his latest exhibition “Somewhere”, Erlend Mikael Sæverud continues his search for stories that unfold in the city. This time in the streets of London, Amsterdam, New York, Gothenburg and Oslo.  Places that Erlend himself has a personal connection to.

Norwegian photographer Erlend Mikael Saeverud (1975) examines the streets through intense blacks, whites and splashes of color, illustrating dramatic narratives that balance opposing forces like the past and present, dark and light, physical and psychic worlds, truth and fiction.
Erlend Mikael Sæverud’s fine art photography consist of spontaneous street photographs where the light steers the wanderer towards an unknown destination.

Erlends started his career as a musician and producer. In 2007 he had a car accident, and after a long periode of recovery he discovered photography.
Through the lens he felt like he was seeing the world for the first time and the Camera became a healing tool in his recovery. This was the start of Erlends journey as a photographer.