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Bruno Ehrs

Bruno Ehrs (b. 1953 Stockholm) started his career as an architecture and documentary photographer at Stockholm City Museum, which was followed by several years as a freelance photographer. Since then, he has had incredible success and published his photo books and had solo exhibitions at, among others, Moderna Museet (1987), Millesgården (1989) Fotomässan in Gothenburg (1995) and Center of Photography in Athens (2002), Nationalmuseet Stockholm (2021).

He puts his soul into every picture that he photographs. He even managed to get the Swedish king to take orders from the photographer Ehrs.

-“I always try to find the geometric lines of the image. If I’m going to take a portrait, I’m starting backwards. I first look for a place where the environment creates harmony, then I put the person in. Usually, there is only one optimal place for the person to stand. If he or she moves 10 cm to the right or left, the image’s balance can be lost”, says Bruno Ehrs.

Bruno Ehrs

Bruno Ehrs (b. 1953 Stockholm) started his career as an architecture and documentary photographer at Stockholm City Museum, which was followed by several years as a freelance photographer. Since then, he has had incredible success and published his photo books and had solo exhibitions at, among others, Moderna Museet (1987), Millesgården (1989) Fotomässan in Gothenburg (1995) and Center of Photography in Athens (2002), Nationalmuseet Stockholm (2021).

He puts his soul into every picture that he photographs. He even managed to get the Swedish king to take orders from the photographer Ehrs.

-“I always try to find the geometric lines of the image. If I’m going to take a portrait, I’m starting backwards. I first look for a place where the environment creates harmony, then I put the person in. Usually, there is only one optimal place for the person to stand. If he or she moves 10 cm to the right or left, the image’s balance can be lost”, says Bruno Ehrs.

Bruno Ehrs

Bruno Ehrs (b. 1953 Stockholm) started his career as an architecture and documentary photographer at Stockholm City Museum, which was followed by several years as a freelance photographer. Since then, he has had incredible success and published his photo books and had solo exhibitions at, among others, Moderna Museet (1987), Millesgården (1989) Fotomässan in Gothenburg (1995) and Center of Photography in Athens (2002), Nationalmuseet Stockholm (2021).

He puts his soul into every picture that he photographs. He even managed to get the Swedish king to take orders from the photographer Ehrs.

-“I always try to find the geometric lines of the image. If I’m going to take a portrait, I’m starting backwards. I first look for a place where the environment creates harmony, then I put the person in. Usually, there is only one optimal place for the person to stand. If he or she moves 10 cm to the right or left, the image’s balance can be lost”, says Bruno Ehrs.