Published by Kerber. Edited by Sandra Praun, Oscar Guermouche. Text by Timothy Persons.
The pictures of Swedish photographer Pernilla Zetterman (born 1970) deploy contrasts of distance and closeness—for example, photographs of horses are contrasted with images of equestrian equipment—to explore the human/animal relationship.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by Helene Boström. Text by Urs Stahel.
Swedish photographer Pernilla Zetterman's first monograph opens with two stark images. The first is a tabletop photograph of a mouthguard glistening against a solid black background. The second is a seated figure tightly wound in a garment with its arms wrapped around its back. These images function as the dramatic prologue to an exploration of behavioral patterns and matters of identity, performance, control and regimentation in sports.