Grief is the final instalment in Erwin Olaf’s trilogy. It portrays American, 1960s-style grief. Not common, everyday grief, but stylish, elegant grief. Lonely people in lonely places. The 15 photographs bring to a close a period during which Olaf concentrated on his fascination for emotions such as loss, loneliness and silent grief. Olaf proves himself a master at capturing the moment when innocence, hope and happiness converge. Grief is a logical sequence to his two previous series, Rain and Hope, and is none the less beautiful for it. Interested in more Erwin Olaf? Click here!