“I was made to paint – it is part of who I am” – Sara-Vide Ericson
Sara-Vide Ericson’s oil paintings, depicting rural scenes that blur memory with imagination, have made her a Scandinavian art world darling. While her work is imbued with Nordic noir enigma, the artist herself is an open book – wide open, in fact. We head to the Swedish countryside and buckle up for the hilarious, tragic and extraordinary being of Sara-Vide.
Words by Saskia Neuman
Photographs by Ikram Abulkadir
Styled by Hilda Sandström
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