Jonas Lindström


Photography Design (lecture)
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Jonas Lindström

Situation regarding COVID-19:

Together with the MUDAM we have developed a new formula: 1 DESIGNER – 1 DAY – 2 TALKS 

It is mandatory to register for one of the two dates in advance - and to bring the ticket (issued after registration) to the lecture (digital or print out).

The Auditorium of the Mudam offers only 45 seats.
We count on your understanding as there is no possibility of a waiting list or of tickets on site.

Members will get informed of ticket booking in advance by a special newsletter to members only.

Obligation to wear a nose+mouth protection during all the time.

REGISTER (12h30)

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REGISTER (18h30)

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About Jonas Lindström:

Jonas Lindstroem is a photographer and director of German and Swedish
descent, hailing from a small town in Germany. His love for skateboarding
as an adolescent inspired his first steps as a photographer, in which he
documented his peers and their aesthetics. After finishing high school,
Lindstroem moved to Berlin at the age of 19 to study Visual
Communication at the University of the Arts. During his studies, he was
selected to study at the London College of Communications for a year

Lindstroem started his professional career within the broad context of
fashion photography and has developed his directorial and filmmaking
work increasingly over the years, balancing editorial, commercial, and
personal artistic projects like his 15-minute short film “Truth or Dare,”
which documents the narratives sourced from the imaginary minds of a
global generation. Lindstroem’s vision has been proposed through through
his global campaigns for Calvin Klein, Hermès, Yves Saint Laurent, Apple,
Burberry, Cartier, Sephora and Rimowa as well as his work for clients like
Louis Vuitton, New York Times, 032c, Nike, Adidas, Fendi, and Kenzo. As a
director, Lindstroem has worked to create music videos for international
stars such as the video for Kendrick Lamar’s song “ELEMENT.” and Peggy
Gou’s „Starry Night“.

His work has won numerous awards within the creative industry. He
regularly exhibits his work internationally, and is frequently invited to
speak at conferences, universities and art institutions. He has taught at
the ECAL Lausanne and Die Angewandte, Vienna. He currently lives in


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