Stockholm: Edda Publishing, 2013. FIRST EDITION, limited to 300 Crimson cloth copies. Item #E-HJ1
A FINE HARDCOVER COPY. With an introduction by Gary Lachman. Recent paintings based on impressions of Carl Gustav Jung's houses at Küsnacht and Bollingen. The architectural structures come to life and display the rich inner vistas of Jung's mythically multi-faceted mind. A visual interpretation of inner life. Söderberg's recent colorful experiments with intuitive forms are also included. This book is published in cooperation with Galleri Riis in Oslo, for Söderberg's exhibition, Jag är den som begraver gudar i guld och ädelstenar. "Fredrik Söderberg's delicate paintings capture the evocative character of Jung's homes, both his 'normal' one in Küsnacht, where he was invaded by the inhabitants of his inner mind, and his mythic one in Bollingen, where he invited them in for tea, as it were. Repeated viewings of these subtly transformative works convince me that Jung would have approved and that they can awaken some very active imagination of their own." -- Gary Lachman. Tall quarto.