Collection: Henry Brownett

Henry Bronett is a Swedish artist who captures moments when we stop to reflect on life. He describes these moments as moments when the self-chatter stops, and we get the opportunity to hear ourselves again, perhaps for the first time in a long time.

The photographs and texts he creates represent these moments of contemplation and self-reflection. Henry Bronett captures moments that silence the constant noise in our heads and allow us to connect with our innermost feelings and thoughts. He explores the big questions of life, such as longing, love and the end, and creates works of art that act as windows to our own souls.


The stage school in Stockholm


Gallery Mats Bergman Stockholm
Ethnographic Museum
Hovdala Castle
Gallery Fallera
Nordic Art Gallery
Art gallery in Båstad


His photo art can also be found as part of the decor at restaurants: 'Himmelska Hundar' and Café FOAM in Stockholm.

Poetry debut 2005. Came with the poetry collection: "Nermare Nu" (Almlöfs publishing house). Since then, Henry has written several children's books, poetry collections and Kaddish (holy in Aramaic), a collection of short stories (Bokförlaget Langenskiöld).

In collaboration with the Ethnographic Museum, Peter Nyberg (Editor of the magazine Populär Poesi) and Carola Magnuson (CEO Carolas Eko) created a unique event in Stockholm with poetry performances. Newly written material with Sweden's foremost poets and young promises was invited to perform once a month in the years 2013-2018.