People who shoot things: Gunnar Smoliansky

“The best milieu for me is one where it is almost entirely impossible to photograph, where you kind of have to make something out of nothing”. Born on the Swedish island of Gotland, Gunnar Smoliansky was obsessed with the camera from the age of eighteen when he bought his own Rolleiflex. While imbued with a Swedish melancholy Smoliansky’s work is also part of a broader European photojournalistic tradition. As with the work of André Kertész, his eye distils its subject
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(Waldermarsudde, Stockholm, Sweden, by Gunnar Smoliansky *full feature

1998 © Gunnar Smoliansky | GunGallery (SE)

The Unseen Photo Fair returns to Amsterdam from 23 to 25 September Held at the city's Westergasfabriek, this fresh international photography fair focuses primarily on undiscovered photography talent and unseen work by established photographers.

contemporaindufutur: Gunnar Smoliansky - Stina, 1978 The best of days begin like this…

GUNNAR SMOLIANSKY, Untitled, 1979.

GUNNAR SMOLIANSKY, Untitled, 1979.

Gunnar Smoliansky. One Picture at a Time

Talented photographer, Gunnar Smoliansky has captured unique images of Stockholm people in the Through his images.