Isabella Ståhl

Born in the north of Sweden, Isabella moved to Stockholm at age 15 to study photography in High School. The studies later continued at the International Center of Photography in New York (2012-2013). Her photographs has been published in several online and print magazines such as GUP Magazine, Humble Arts Foundation, Juxtapoz Magazine, Burn and If You Leave. Her work has been exhibited at galleries such as Kasher Potamkin Gallery in New York, Menier Gallery in London and the Museum of Photography in Stockholm. Isabella Ståhl works as a freelance photographer and artist around the world and is currently based in Sweden and Paris,

Isabella Ståhl's work evolves around subjects of belonging and questioning our existence and is often described as romantic, yet melancholic, familiar, yet strange. She captures and creates compositions which generate tranquil, poetic images that explore reminiscence of something lost. Her work explores the contrast between the exceptional idea of a perfectly romanticized landscape and the dark undertone in our society and creatures mentality. In her photographs fiction meets reality and emphasize the beauty, the gentle and the dreamy, and in contrast, point at the cold and the darkness that inevitably surrounds us.