Niklas Orrenius works on Today’s News and have in the past given out a handful of reportageböcker with themes such as immigration, xenophobia and extremism. In the new book “the Shots in Copenhagen,” he takes back on Lars Vilks, and depicts today’s Sweden on the basis of the conflicts surrounding his artwork “the Prophet Muhammad as a roundabout dog”.
Orrenius is a reporter at Today’s News, but he broke through, if you can say so, at Sydsvenskan. And he has also published several articles on fear, tolerance, and migration.
Now, he’s taken on Lars Vilks, which he follows in his new book, and in P1 Culture tells Ulrika Stahre, art critic at Aftonbladet and Kulturradions Mårten Arndtzén “Shots in Copenhagen”.