M.H. Frøslev Unsettled City
Unsettled City is a dark photographic essay on the encounter between a human and a restless metropolis. The book is a personal depiction of a claustrophobic environment with the cityscape as framework, captured in Saint Petersburg and Moscow over a period of ten years.
“Unsettled City is one of those books that I picked up and in about four or five flips of the page knew that I needed to have. I believe it is the first publication by Frøslev and he has done a wonderful job editing and sequencing and bringing out the darkness and all the fun that happens behind closed doors in what appears to often be cold and dark nights.” – Todd Hido
Born 1988 in Copenhagen, Denmark. M.H. Frøslev worked in 2008 as photographic assistant for Danish Magnum photographer Jacob Aue Sobol in Copenhagen but moved initially in 2010 to Moscow and later to Saint Petersburg where he started the project Unsettled City.
M.H. Frøslev live and work in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
- Embossed hardback with linen spine
- ISBN 978-87-970520-1-3
- 21,5 × 28,5cm
- 95 images
- 128 pages
- Published February 2019
All orders are signed by the artist
Fisheye Magazine September 2019 (FR, French)
Politiken March 2019 (DK, Danish)
The Eye of Photography March 2019 (FR, French/English)
Dansk Dokumentarisme March 2019 (DK, Danish)
Burn Magazine March 2019 (US, English)
Weekendavisen March 2019 (DK, Danish)