Anders Petersen & Jacob Aue Sobol – VEINS
The Swedish photographer and a living legend Anders Petersen (1944) is known for his ability to find a common language with complete strangers, thus creating intimate, distinct human portraits. About his creative work Petersen says: “The stuff I do is a kind of private documentary photography. It is a real challenge – to be present, but maintain the distance.”
The Danish photographer Jacob Aue Sobol (1976) uses camera as a tool in order to create contact, closeness and intimacy with people and random places, even if only for a short period of time. Sobol compares taking pictures with hunting: “Relationship that hunters establish with the surrounding nature is very important. This feeling has left a great impact on my life and work”.
• 122 prints 67x100cm for Petersen• 40 prints 100x150cm and 5 prints 150x225cm for Sobol• Petersen pictures on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag • Sobol pictures on hahnemuehle Photo Rag Baryta • Custom made box style frame moulding• Mounted on KAPA