Karin Lindberg Freda
Karin Lindberg Freda's online gallery is displayed at www.karinfredaphoto.com
Karin's photographs of artists Sade, The National, U2, St Vincent and others have been featured on Huffington Post and Music Mind Zone, with writer SX Rosenstock, and on various artists' and arts-related websites globally including the GOOGLE Cultural Institute, ArtoftheState and Brooklyn Street Art.
She has been guest photographer for artists including Elvis Costello, who features her photographs on his website www.elviscostello.com. Her photos have been published in BASS MUSICIAN magazine featuring bassist, composer and producer Guiseppe Patane, and in TRIPMAGAZIN GERMANY featuring artist Skyler Grey. Legendary musician and head of the E Family, Pete Escovedo, and his son Juan Escovedo feature her photos of their live performance on their websites.
Karin's photographs were displayed in 2013 and 2015 at the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) in Long Beach, California. She has also shown her work at The Gabba Gallery in Los Angeles where she spoke as part of PLATFORMS and PAINT, with a panel of artists for the LA Times.
The City of Los Angeles gave her a Certificate of Appreciation in 2016 for her contribution as a muralist with the Gabba Gallery Alley Project and commitment to the beautification of the City of Los Angeles. Her artwork, including collaborative work with fine artist/muralist/street artist Andrea LaHue, aka Random Act, has been shown at LAB Art (Los Angeles).
Karin has also shown artwork at For Your Art and Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibits (Los Angeles), Chicago and in Área: Lugar de Proyectos in Caguasin Puerto Rico as part of the (En)Gendered (In)equity: Gallery Tally Poster Project.
Her street photography is featured in two exhibits online by the GOOGLE Cultural Institute's Street Art Project. One exhibit was curated by Random Act Projects, and one by the DoArt Foundation featuring FAITH47's work in Los Angeles. She also teamed up with Hot Rod, LA to make available selected photographs from the streets and train yards of Los Angeles and New York.
She is currently working on a conceptual art portrait project and building a new exhibit with a very special focus on the street.
She considers it a privilege and joy to express herself through art and photography, and to celebrate people and their creativity through her work.
"Karin captures the life and action of musicians at their best. For that very second Karin's photos bring you to that moment in time. And the memory will last forever." From Pete Escovedo, the E Family