Size

25×25, 50×50

Frame

Black, Plexiglas, white

Jonas Berggren

 

-has been working as a photographer since 1988 and has studied image journalism at Nordens Fotoskola and at the prestigious Konstfack (Academy for Photography). Berggren himself prefers to photograph people, both in journalistic forms and as portraits, mainly for magazines.

Since 2010 Berggren has been working as a teacher and head of education at Nordens Fotoskola Biskops-Arnö where he teaches coming generations of photographers.

For the last five years, Berggren has primarily been working with his own projects. “I view my own photography as a tool for communicating and asking questions. Both outwardly towards other people, and inwardly, to explore and learn more about myself. Issues that interest me and that I often touch upon are longing, solitude and exclusion.

I often work in black and white as I believe they elevate and clarify atmospheres and feelings. By using the grey scales, I can shave off parts of the real world and therefore work more poetically. I want my photos to affect people.”

What is an edition?

Fotografiska Edition is a selection of photographs from the Museum of Photography. We have chosen photographs to fall in love with - offering both Open, Limited and Exclusive editions of photography from the world’s finest artists. We want to establish photographic art as an essential part of interior design.

In order to secure an attractive portfolio, we make sure to continuously update our assortment.

High quality framing

Regardless of category, all prints are of same high quality in terms of printing technique and paper (c-print, lamda paper matt, framed with 2mm art glass)

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