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On paper Eivind H. Natvig was the epitome of the young, up-and-coming photojournalist; he spent years travelling all over the world.
His photographs were revered far beyond the Norwegian borders. He photographed people making their mark on the landscape as well as being part of it –people at work and play, wealthy people, poor people.
He shows Norway as both an exotic and strange place, but at the same time somewhere mundane and trivial. The images have something both for the enthusiastic tourist and the native suffering from wanderlust. The images are full of juxtapositions – they refuse to make a stand or to take sides. But then again, it might not be a question of taking sides. Natvig currently divides his time between working on long-term projects and a life in the mountains and on the ocean.