Jacob Felländer 

World famous artist and photographer, widely known for his large- scale abstract photographs of cityscapes and landscapes – and for experimenting with old and new techniques.


His extensive work ”How to Unlock a Portal”, is a groundbreaking project containing Virtual Reality, Sculpture, paintings and Photography and was presented at Fotografiska Muséet in Stockholm 2016.

In his landscape photography he uses relic film cameras to capture multiple exposures in a single image. In a well known project he travelled around the world’s most densely populated cities over twelve days, with the goal to capture the entire world on a single, multi-exposed negative. The result is an effective movement of fleeting fragments of time, space and perspective seized from each city, exhibited at Fotografiska in 2011.

In 2012 Felländer began to investigate the introduction of drawing and painting – challenging their relationship with photography.
Born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1974, Jacob Felländer studied fine art photography and graphic design at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida and then at San Diego State University.

Felländer’s works are held in a number of prestigious collections, including those of President Bill Clinton and the Swedish Royal Family. His work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Stockholm, London, Berlin, Paris, Los Angeles and New York.