Anders Kristensson began to photograph people for many years ago. Basically, the work was about him, he says, and his thoughts about the changing course of the life cycle. Kristensson's project today consists of hundreds of portraits of people. Most of them are ministry rights where the community can be based on gender, age, ethnicity, religion, work, special interest, economics, ideology, territorial affiliation and / or power or lack of power. In traces of a population, he combines a more classic portrait tradition with contemporary forms and technology. Like the German photographer August Sander, he captures and deconstructs our myths and beliefs about people.
Anders has had separate exhibitions and participated in group exhibitions in Sweden and other countries and is represented in, among other things, Hasselblad Center, Gothenburg, Modern Museum, Stockholm and Museum of Modern Art, Sarajevo.
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