19 August 2008

invited photographer: Ann Johansson

Ikenge Village, Cameroon

U.S. - Mexico Border

Una, India

"The last ten years I have been working as a freelance photojournalist based in Los Angeles. Los Angeles Times was my starting place and today I work for newspapers and news magazines from around the world. I photographed on a project for Klimahaus Museum in Bremerhaven, Germany, and I look forward to its opening in March 2009. Between paying work I do personal projects. My most recent one was a multimedia project on the dowry system in India.

Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Los Angeles, USA

Ramallah, The West Bank

Gaza City, Gaza

Manchester, NH, USA

I choose photographs that show some of the things that I love to photograph; political events and people from different cultures." - Ann Johansson

Mexico City, Mexico

Port-au-Prince, Haiti

It is a pleasure to meet Ann in her pictures from various parts of the world. Whether from the Mexican-US border, Palestine or India her presence is strong and brave. Ann's pictures have been published in Time Magazine, New York Times, Le Monde, Sydney Morning Herald among others. She was born in Gothenburg, Sweden and is now living in Los Angeles, California. Visit her web site www.annjohansson.com to find out more.
All photos © Ann Johansson
invited by ulf fågelhammar


f skott said...

Great photographs!
- F.

Johan said...

Nice Pictures!

paolo saccheri said...

soo good jobs!
your multimedia India stories worth a visit to your website!

Mikael said...

Very nice documentary work, and great stories told by them

Rhonda said...

wonderful, powerful documentary photographs!

beatriz said...

excellent photography, interesting stories!!

Mats Ä said...

Very powerful photographs, like it a lot!

Alberto Lizaralde said...

Incredible work.