Fin Serck Hansen
Fin Serck-Hansen is a highly acclaimed Norwegian artist and photographer who has made a significant impact on the art world. His work has been shown in numerous museums, including the National Museum of Art, Norway and the Victoria and Albert Museum. He is a master of capturing the essence of music culture, and his book, "In Between Pictures. Photographs 1979 1986," is a testament to his talent and dedication.
The book is a visual journey through the early years of Norwegian punk and underground music scene, showcasing the work of artists such as Hærverk, Kjøtt, and The Aller Værste. Serck-Hansen's photographs also capture the energy of English bands playing in Derby and London, including Depeche Mode, R.E.M., and The Clash, as they were just starting their careers.
Through more than 150 photographs, Serck-Hansen documents the bands, the crowd, and the scenes that defined music culture during this time period. His images are not just snapshots of musicians on stage, but a reflection of the social and cultural events that surrounded the music. The photographs are a visual documentation of a time when punk and alternative music were emerging, and provide a unique insight into the music, the people, and the communities that made it all happen.
To bring this important work to a global audience, Fin Serck-Hansen reached out to us for help with translating the book into English.
We know the importance of accurately capturing the essence and emotion of a book, especially one as culturally rich as "In Between Pictures". That's why we take great care in selecting only the most experienced and professional translators to work on projects like this.
Our translators have a deep understanding of the nuances and subtleties of both the Norwegian and English languages, and are able to translate the book in a way that not only conveys the meaning of the original text but also preserves the author's unique voice and style.