In 2001, through a grant from the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat, Gerry Johansson (b. 1945, Sweden) travelled 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, now published in the stunning limited-edition book Antarktis, was exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in 2003 in Stockholm, Sweden. Foreword by landscape architect Thorbjörn Andersson, LAR/MSA.
64 pages, 30.5 x 24.5cm, cloth bound hardcover, Libraryman (Paris)