Johannes Wahlström was the editor of the magazine Tromb (magazine of the year 2006) when it was Sweden's largest community magazine. He has made a number of films for Swedish Television (for which he has been awarded Kristallen, Guldspaden and Stora Journalistpriset) and has worked with Wikileaks - the latter he documented in the film Mediastan which was produced by Ken Loach's Sixteen Films. Together with photographers Klara Källström and Thobias Fäldt, he has published a number of books via the publisher B-B-B-Books. His artistic works have been exhibited at Hasselblad Center, Rencontres d’Arles and FG2 in Gothenburg, among others.
Selected exhibitions are: 2021 Tystnadskulturen/ Vacant Niches, GIBCA EXTENDED, FG2, Gothenburg, Sweden | 2021 Arkitekturvisioner: Brunnsparken, project done together with Per Nadén, Thobias Fäldt, Maria Safronova Wahlström, Röhsska Museet, Gothenburg, Sweden | 2021 On This Day, FG2, Gothenburg, Sweden | 2021 On This Day, Galleri Format. Malmö, Sweden | 2021 FOR SURE, Verksmiðjan, Hjalteyri, Iceland | 2020 FSDNS KLSSR – Ett Kollektiv Beslut, FG2, Gothenburg, Sweden | 2020 Everybody hurts, together with Thobias Fäldt, FG2, Gothenburg, Sweden | 2020 The Intermediary Chains, Öbergska Galleriet, Styrsö, Gothenburg, Sweden
2019 The End of Hypocrisy: A Good Day for Bad Weather, together with Museum of Yugoslavia, FG2, Gothenburg, Sweden | 2019 Mind your Mind, the Festival-Laboratory Shelter, the Space for Free Arts / Vapaan Taiteen Tila, Helsinki, Finland | 2018 Swedish Matter, together with Aleix Plademunt, FG2, Gothenburg, Sweden | Unseen Amsterdam, The Last of the Lucky / You Can’t Always Get What You Want with MLZ | 2018 Art Dep, Westergasfabriek, The Netherlands | 2018 - The Last of the Lucky / You Can’t Always Get What You Want, Galleri Sjögatan Sju, Sundsvall, Sweden | 2018 On This Day, together with Thomas Sauvin, FG2, Gothenburg, Sweden | 2016 The Last of the Lucky / You Can’t Always Get What You Want, Galleri Box, Gothenburg, Sweden | 2016 The Last of the Lucky / You Can’t Always Get What You Want, Vizualizator Festival, Jugoexport, Belgrade, Serbia | 2016 Cosmos, Rencontres d’Arles, Collège Mistral, Arles, France | 2016 A Beach, Photo Saint Germain, Galerie Jean-Pierre Gros, Paris, France | 2015 A Beach, Skajs, Stockholm, Sweden | 2013 A Beach, VU Photo, Québec City, Canada | 2012 Russian Bang / Ryska smällen, Nextart Gallery, Gothenburg, Sweden