Time and place have a central significance in Lennart Dureheds work, manifested in the titles that mostly refer to cities or neighbourhoods and years. He often utilises reflections to great effect, the surroundings mirrored by glossy facades of glass and metal. It creates visual layers and, like a montage, ambivalent spatialities arise.Seldom are buildings depicted in their entirety, but as details and segments that emphasise the picture as a picture; in other words the composition and the interplay between surface and depth aim, in an apparent manner, to accomplish something more than simple documentation. The choices made by Lennart Durehed when observing the subject on the cameras focusing screen give the photographs the character of constructions with their own architecture.Lennart Durehed has participated in exhibitions at the Photographic Museum in Stockholm 1981 and 1990, and in numerous group exhibitions, including Brandts in Odense, Denmark and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, USA. He also had a solo exhibition at Kulturhuset in Stockholm in 1991 and is published in several photo books.