Louise Enhörning is a Swedish artist and photographer. After completing a degree in
art history from Uppsala University, as well as studies at Stockholms Universitet and Konstfack,
Louise Enhörning moved to Paris, where her career kicked of as a photographer.
Her work explores closeness in her relationships with her subjects as well as the physical
environment, approaching still life, abstraction, portrait and landscape with the same sensitivity. Her work investigate the world like an scientist.
Louise Enhörning has exhibited her work in solo exhibitions at Saatchi, Stockholm; Loyal Gallery,
Stockholm; 0fr Gallery, Paris; and Bon Gallery, Stockholm as well as many group exhibitions
internationally in Tokyo, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Kansas City, Mexico City, New York and
Stockholm. Enhörning has worked with clients such as Another Magazine, Dazed and Confused,
Vanity Fair and VOGUE, as well as Hermès and Agnes B. She has also contributed to several
books including Shoot: Photography of the Moment, Nylon Street Style and Vice Photo Book.
A beautiful island far out in Stockholm archipelago where you can recover from the hectic city life. Fill yourself with new inspiration from the nature and the rich cultural history the island offers.
In 1908 Bullerö was bought by the painter Bruno Liljefors and became his private summer retreat and studio. He regularly invited his famous friends for week-long food-and-drink-orgies and hunting treks. Historians say that it was in fact these party trips that popularized the archipelago as the summer destination for Stockholm’s it-crowd; everybody who was anybody wanted to host bacchanalian parties on a private island of their own.
If you don't own your own boat, you can catch a ferry and stay in one of the cottage houses that you can rent.
It's been at the same address for the last 80 years apparently and serve some classic swedish food like köttbullar and isterband. Being swedish I guess could I either avoid or cherish this, but I choose the latter.
A 500-meter long (quarter mile) walking path with a magnificent view of Lake Mälaren, City Hall, and Riddarholmen. Bring your take-away coffee and walk the path at least once every season to notice the different scents and colours of Stockholm.