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Axel Petersén  1979, SE

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Canada 1
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1979 Born in Stockholm (SE)

Axel Petersén is a visual artist and filmmaker. He has made numerous short films and video installations that have been shown widely in art and film contexts.

His first feature film AVALON, won the Fipresci award for best debut 2011.

He has a MFA from The Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm; he also studied film at FAMU, Academy of Performing Arts in Prague and most recently attended the Mountain School of Arts in Los Angeles while he wrote the final act for his upcoming feature Under the Pyramid.

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2012
Description and image Gallery Niklas BeleniusAxel Petersén - Like Father, Like Son, Like Michael Douglas - Gallery Niklas Belenius, Stockholm Send message

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2012
   Sensual Dome - Self Service Open Art Space, Stuttgart

2009
   Historien om hon och Brompton - Tegen2, Stockholm
  Gallery Niklas BeleniusTRAVELS - Gallery Niklas Belenius, Stockholm Send message

2008
   Unclassifiable Video - Quartier Éphémère, Fonderie Darling, Montreal, QC

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Last update: 30 January 2014
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