Swedish House Mafia are opening a special photography and film exhibition later this month called 'Purgatorium'.
The EDM supergroup, who last week had their track 'One' voted the biggest anthem in Tomorrowland's history, will be hosting the exhibition at Stockholm's centre for contemporary photography, Fotografiska, from 30th April until 5th May, and will tell the story of the trio's "journey of[...] death to rebirth", as catalogued by artist and recurring collaborator Alexander Wessely.
“Alexander has been able to follow our journey like no-one else could," said the trio in an official statement. "He sees, hears and interprets everything that we do, visually. His incredibly strong aesthetics are very near to our hearts and mirrors the journey of life almost perfectly”
The show opens days before the group's three sold out homecoming shows at Stockholm's Tele2 Arena, just over a year since they reformed at 2018's Ultra.
Check out one of the photos from the exhibition below, and find out where SHM landed on our 2018 Top 100 DJs poll here.