De Geer—Carl Johan De Geer
De Geer—Carl Johan De Geer
De Geer—Carl Johan De Geer
De Geer—Carl Johan De Geer
De Geer—Carl Johan De Geer
De Geer—Carl Johan De Geer

De Geer—Carl Johan De Geer

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Carl Johan De Geer (b. 1938) is a Swedish multidisciplinary artist working in photography, printmaking, film, painting, textile, and illustration. He was one of the major figures of the 1960s Stockholm countercultural art scene that marked a time of societal shifts in an otherwise conservative Sweden. As a masterful Leica M4 snapshot giant à la Van Der Elsken or Daido Moriyama, De Geer has the sacred ability to capture the monotone grit of everyday life and demand its reflection. He gives us a glimpse of a Sweden inhabited by people who are the other, whose life experience is impregnated with otherness, providing a visual cue into an unseen world.

De Geer is an 80 page overview of Carl Johan De Geer's black and white photgraphy. It was printed in celebration of the a Boo-Hooray exhibit the Printed Matter Los Angeles Art Book Fair at MOCA, curated by Johan Kugelberg and Ed Templeton.

80 pages / 8.5" x 11" / Softcover. Silkscreened covers.

Published by Boo-Hooray.


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