Julie O’Connor’s photographs of Stockholm now on exhibit

The photographer Julie O’Connor, whose “Tattooed Girl Tour” slideshow of images of Stockholm is accessible to the right, was recently in The Weston Forum:1_bellmansgatan1 panorama SMALL

Westonite Julie O’Connor is one of a small group of photographers whose work has been selected for the Images 2014 show, sponsored by the Fairfield Museum and History Center. The show’s gala opening is Saturday, May 10.

Ms. O’Connor’s photo, entitled “Bellmansgatan 1,” is a panoramic architectural image of a street scene in Stockholm, Sweden. The title refers to the apartment building at that address, where the fictional journalist, Mikael Blomkvist, was said to live in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and other books in the Millennium trilogy written by Swedish novelist Stieg Larsson.

More of Ms. O’Connor’s photographs of Stockholm, as well as her other work, including the images for her book Doors of Weston: 300 Years of Passageways in a Connecticut Town may be seen on her website, julieoconnor.com.

A three-person jury selected about 50 photographs for exhibition in the Images 2014 show, which will be on view at the Fairfield Museum from May 10 to June 22.

The Images 2014 gala is Saturday, May 10, from 7 to 11 p.m. For more information, call 203-259-1598.

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