Sweden

Vintage: Swedish churches (1100-1900 AD)

Vintage: Swedish churches (1100-1900 AD)

This set shows photos of Swedish churches from 1100-1900 AD – a mix of stone and wooden churches, cathedrals and chapels – country churches as well as city churches. We think that these pictures well describe the wide range of churches to be found all over the country in the 1800s. They also show the surrounding landscape or environment, often…
Biography: Street/Portrait photographer Christer Strömholm

Biography: Street/Portrait photographer Christer Strömholm

Christer Strömholm (1918 – 2002 in Stockholm), was a Swedish photographer and educator. He is known for his intimate black and white street photography portrait series. Strömholm discovered photography via graphic art in the late 1940s. His photographs from this period are hard black-and-white compositions featuring walls, shadows and minimalist settings. During his sojourns in Paris in the 1950s and…
Vintage: Swedish churches from 1100-1900 AD

Vintage: Swedish churches from 1100-1900 AD

This set shows photos of Swedish churches from 1100-1900 AD – a mix of stone and wooden churches, cathedrals and chapels – country churches as well as city churches. We think that these pictures well describe the wide range of churches to be found all over the country in the 1800s. They also show the surrounding landscape or environment, often…
Vintage: Sweden in 1880s and 1890s

Vintage: Sweden in 1880s and 1890s

Carl Curman (1833–1913) was a physician and a scientist. He is mainly known as a pioneer in his commitment in public health care, especially in bathing. He founded two public indoor baths in Stockholm and developed a minor outdoor bath in the fisherman village of Lysekil on the west coast into a high-society seaside resort. He was an associate professor…
Vintage: Swedish churches from 1100-1900 AD

Vintage: Swedish churches from 1100-1900 AD

This set shows photos of Swedish churches from 1100-1900 AD – a mix of stone and wooden churches, cathedrals and chapels – country churches as well as city churches. We think that these pictures well describe the wide range of churches to be found all over the country in the 1800s. They also show the surrounding landscape or environment, often…
Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Håkan Strand

Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Håkan Strand

Håkan Strand, born in 1959, lives in Stockholm, Sweden. Strand is an award winning Fine Art Photographer based in Stockholm, Sweden. He brings his Scandinavian influences into his photography to create a style which is characterized by sophisticated simplicity of form, beauty and lines. By making use of low light environments, between dusk and dawn, bad weather and gray cloudy…
Swedish life in the 1930s

Swedish life in the 1930s

Einar Erici was a skilful amateur photographer. His main motifs were churches and church organs, according to his field of science. The photos were taken during the first half of the 20th century on his travels across Sweden. Most of them are from the provinces of Gotland and Uppland. However, main focus of the set will be on another and…
Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Frang Dushaj

Interview with Fine Art Landscape photographer Frang Dushaj

Frang Dushaj was born in 1975, Shkoder, Albania. Based now in Sweden, inspired primarily by the beauty of nature and specializing in black and white photography. He looks for a special mood and atmosphere which gives the landscape an aesthetic appeal and conveys an elegant and sometimes delicate presence of the details in an image. Frangs photographs have been published…
Gerry Johansson: Antarktis

Gerry Johansson: Antarktis

In 2001, through a grant from the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat, Gerry Johansson travelled to the inaccessible and distinct landscape of Antarctica on a research trip for two months. With him on the journey he had a large-format camera and his fearless curiosity. The series of photos eventuate in an unusual reality relevant perspective, and capture the astonishing non-distance relationship…
Kajsa Gullberg: UNRAVELLED

Kajsa Gullberg: UNRAVELLED

In Unravelled, Kajsa Gullberg looks at the marks that life makes on us – both the physical and the psychological. Gullberg combines images of women bearing scars on their bodies with those of the natural world – hinting at both a sense of inevitability and our unrealistic dreams of perfection. These women expose themselves, putting on display what our culture…
Martin Bogren – Tractor Boys

Martin Bogren – Tractor Boys

Youngsters meet up on the village outskirts, racing their tractorcars, burning tyremarks into the warm summer asphalt. The smell of rubber, oil and souped-up engines fills the air when the engines speed. The cars form into a circle as the boys take turns in the middle. It is a game – showing their skills – showing off to the girls.…