Anders Petersen City Diary

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Published by Steidl/Swedish Books/GUN .

Written in English

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ContributionsAnders Petersen (Editor, Photographer), Greger Ulf Nilson (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages216
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12981241M
ISBN 10386521536X
ISBN 109783865215369

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Anders Petersen has been involved in Swedish photography since the late 60s. He is one of its central figures, and no one else has made a stronger impact on the younger generation.

Petersen's first book, Café Lehmitz, with pictures from a bar in Hamburg, was published in Germany in and in France the following year.5/5(2). Anders Petersen book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

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Born in Stockholm inPetersen studied photography under Christer Str /5(5). Photographers Anders Petersen (born ) and JH Engström (born ) both hail from the rural county of Värmland in Sweden, and have returned there to produce this marvelous collaboration.

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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. From Back Home documents a rural Sweden far removed from the /5(12). Anders Petersen - Cafe Lehmitz Softcover. „Café Lehmitz a beer joint at the Reeperbahn was meeting point for many who worked in Hamburg's red-light district: prostitutes pimps transvestites workers and petty criminals.

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Anders Petersen is at his best when he freezes a low-key moment", Liljevalchs' director Mårten Castenfors writes in the book. "A snowy and desolate winter street, a glimpse of wonder. Images that reveal his incredible sensitivity--his presence and his love of what he sees, be it a person or an object that leads us to an unexpected association.

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Anders Petersen is at his best when he freezes a low-key moment", Liljevalchs' director Mårten Castenfors writes in the book. Born in Anders Petersen book inPetersen studied photography under Christer Strömholm at his famous Fotoskalen from to He is perhaps best known for his book of reportage, Café Lehmitz, which was first published in and is now recognized as one of the classics of post-war European photography.

In it, he captured a time and place now long gone ―a bar on 5/5(2). The Arles Contemporary Book Award for went to JH Engström and Anders Petersen’s collaborative book ”From Back Home” by Max Ström. The book was also nominated for ”The Best Photographic Book in Sweden" and also Winner of Design Bronze Lion in Cannes.

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By far the largest monograph on Anders Petersen to date, this magnificent volume contains over of Petersen's most noted photographs taken from his entire body of work from the debut book Gröna Lund to The City Diaries.

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”Stockholm” shows a rapidly growing city, of everyday life and party, of young and old, snowfall over Katarinavägen, a dachshund parade on Gärdet, a surgery room at Danderyd hospital.

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Petersen works through analog means, with a focus on strong contrasts in black and white, with around 30 published books. He has with his own unique style and feeling for catching what he sees, rather than focusing on the photographic technology, managed to further develop the photographic tradition that was initiated by Strömholm.

Anders Petersen was born in Stockholm, Sweden. In he began photographing the Café Lehmitz in Hamburg, where, inhe held his first solo exhibition behind the bar, with photographs nailed to the wall.

In Petersen published his first photo book, Gröna Lund, which depicted an amusement park in Stockholm. Swedish. Anders Petersen, one of the most important European photographers living today, has been shaking up the world of photography ever since his debut of raw and intimate photographs of late-night regulars in a Hamburg bar in the s.

That body of work was published as a book, Café Lehmitz, which is. In Anders Petersen, recently published by Max Ström (), and the largest monograph of his works to date, Petersen shares a telling revelation. Sometime in the mids, his eye was caught by a photograph of a Parisian cemetery.

From Back Home is a collaboration between two of Sweden’s leading photographers, Anders Petersen (b. ) and JH Engström (b. ), focusing on the Värmland region, one of the most sparsely populated provinces in Sweden.

The two photographers have a shared relationship with the land—they both come from this region—as well as a strong personal relationship. PETERSEN, Anders. Grona Lund. Helsingborg, Sweden, First edition of Petersen’s scarce first photobook, signed by him on the title page, with over photogravures by this leading Swedish photographer whose frank “diarist approach, frequently directed at the fringes of society”(Parr & Badger), first emerged in this landmark work.

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Anders Petersen (born ) has been photographing the city of Rome since the mids. He has returned numerous times, and in he was invited for the Rome Commission, a prestigious commission that has previously been awarded to leading photographers such as Josef Koudelka, Graciela.

Photographs: Anders Petersen 64 pages; French; 16 x 23 cm; Softcover with flaps; 43 duotone pictures; ISBN: ; €25; Release early June ; Co-edition FIFV, Valparaiso; Valparaiso is a photographic esssay by Anders Petersen. The work was carried out in Augustduring a Residency for the “Internacional Festival of Photography in Valparaiso”, FIFV.

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It tricks us as soon as we come through the door. It hypnotizes us. The atmosphere is supreme. Anders takes possession of the air. He submerges us in life. Gaze and throbbing of the anthropologist, of the naturalist.

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