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"In 2001, through a grant from the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat, Gerry Johansson traveled 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 between physicality and nature. The series was exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in 2003 in Stockholm, Sweden."

A beautiful formal research on shapes and contrasts, and also an ode to the mineral beauties of this untouched and intact nature and its landscapes.

Designed & Edited by Tony Cederteg, with a text in English & Swedish by Thorbjörn Andersson.

64 pages - Hardcover, no DJ

Libraryman, 2014 (700 numbered copies)

New - Mint condition

Johansson, Gerry

The Swedish photographer Gerry Johansson , born in 1945, has produced in 18 years a series of books on Sweden, the USA, Mongolia and Germany, in which he always uses black and white pictures with a square format of uninhabited places . Photo: © Pressfoto
  • .Copy sold. Publisher's presentation: "Following the success of Gerry Johansson’s 2011 publication Pontiac, Deutschland completes an eighteen-year series of books for which Johansson travelled through America, Sweden, Germany and Mongolia. Deutschland is a visual encyclopedia, a catalogue of the rural and urban landscapes of Germany arranged in...

  • .Sold out.Catalogue for the exhibition "Moment" at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm (Oct. 27th 2012 - March 31st 2013). A body of work inspired by a painitng by Dick Bengtsson ("Hatt & Mössfabrik"), that Gerry Johansson had met for a portrait in 1996. This series takes us to an old hat-making factory, and to the now vacant social housing in the city of...

  • .Sold out. From the publisher : "Gerry Johansson's sensitive and subtle photographs hint at human life through the occasional car or lone figure but for the most part they draw the reader’s eye to the simplistic architecture of a small American town. In singling out Pontiac, Johansson offers comment on more than the landscape, photographing a microcosm of...

  • .Sold out.Viviane Sassen a réalisé cette série entre 2002 et 2004 dans les "townships" d'Afrique du Sud, en photographiant les intérieurs des maisons, des bars et des commerces dont la décoration présente en effet une certaine homogénéité. Des images en lumière souvent très blanche et aux cadrages parfois surprenants, qui donnent - sans y paraître -...

  • 64 pages - Linen hardcover Libraryman, 2017 Format : 23.5 x 28.5 cm New - Mint conditionPublisher's presentation: "What is left when everything is gone? In 2015, François Halard visited late Saul Leiter’s almost empty apartment in the East Village, two years after his passing in 2013. He took photographs of the decrepit walls, the empty closet, and of...

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    We are offering the second edition of this book. The A3 poster is included in each copy.WARNING: Each copy has a small sticker at the bottom of the last page (they are new copies bought back from another bookseller) with the bookstore's name and the original price. 32 pages - Hardcover Libraryman, 2013 (2nd edition) New - Mint condition

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