Humans are the only animals who can’t grow a second skin. Instead, we obtain the essential qualities of protection, warmth, and expression by producing clothing that replaces fur, feathers, shell, or armor.

In this exhibition by Tobias Gremmler at Fotografiska Stockholm, the close connection between garment and body is explored—both in a physical and psychological manner. While the inner surface of a garment touches the skin in the most intimate way, the outer surface represents, defines, or extends the wearer’s personality.