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Ewa-Mari Johansson

.Ewa-Mari Johansson has a long and meaningful career behind her. She has participated in a large number of exhibitions in Sweden and internationally, both with experimental fashion images but also with images of architecture. Today Ewa-Mari Johansson lives and works in Stockholm and Milan.

Her career began in the United States, New York where she studied film in the late 1970s. Gradually, she became more and more interested in still photography and explored photography at UCLA in Los Angeles. When she later moved back to New York, she received help from none other than the somewhat legendary fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier. She was advised by Xavier Moreau (at this time, an agent of Helmut Newton) to apply to Milan.

Soon she was commissioned for Vogue Bellezza (1983). Her photography can be found in countless fashion reports for, among others, the Swedish Monthly Journal and ELLE. Ewa-Mari has established herself as a skilled portrait photographer and she has worked as a teacher at Berghs School of Communication in Stockholm.

Ewa Mari Johansson’s pictures exude an obvious lightness, but at the same time there is a humour and a strong desire to experiment. Her fashion images show traces back to the childhood of fashion photography in the early 20th century when predecessors such as George Hoynigen Huene and later Louise Dahl Wolfe created neoclassical images that became dominant for a long time to come.

The body, usually the female, is in focus, but her women do not appear vulnerable or objectified, but rather as strong, proud and independent.

Ewa-Mari Johansson

Ewa-Mari Johansson

.Ewa-Mari Johansson has a long and meaningful career behind her. She has participated in a large number of exhibitions in Sweden and internationally, both with experimental fashion images but also with images of architecture. Today Ewa-Mari Johansson lives and works in Stockholm and Milan.

Her career began in the United States, New York where she studied film in the late 1970s. Gradually, she became more and more interested in still photography and explored photography at UCLA in Los Angeles. When she later moved back to New York, she received help from none other than the somewhat legendary fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier. She was advised by Xavier Moreau (at this time, an agent of Helmut Newton) to apply to Milan.

Soon she was commissioned for Vogue Bellezza (1983). Her photography can be found in countless fashion reports for, among others, the Swedish Monthly Journal and ELLE. Ewa-Mari has established herself as a skilled portrait photographer and she has worked as a teacher at Berghs School of Communication in Stockholm.

Ewa Mari Johansson’s pictures exude an obvious lightness, but at the same time there is a humour and a strong desire to experiment. Her fashion images show traces back to the childhood of fashion photography in the early 20th century when predecessors such as George Hoynigen Huene and later Louise Dahl Wolfe created neoclassical images that became dominant for a long time to come.

The body, usually the female, is in focus, but her women do not appear vulnerable or objectified, but rather as strong, proud and independent.

Ewa-Mari Johansson

Ewa-Mari Johansson

Ewa-Mari Johansson

.Ewa-Mari Johansson has a long and meaningful career behind her. She has participated in a large number of exhibitions in Sweden and internationally, both with experimental fashion images but also with images of architecture. Today Ewa-Mari Johansson lives and works in Stockholm and Milan.

Her career began in the United States, New York where she studied film in the late 1970s. Gradually, she became more and more interested in still photography and explored photography at UCLA in Los Angeles. When she later moved back to New York, she received help from none other than the somewhat legendary fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier. She was advised by Xavier Moreau (at this time, an agent of Helmut Newton) to apply to Milan.

Soon she was commissioned for Vogue Bellezza (1983). Her photography can be found in countless fashion reports for, among others, the Swedish Monthly Journal and ELLE. Ewa-Mari has established herself as a skilled portrait photographer and she has worked as a teacher at Berghs School of Communication in Stockholm.

Ewa Mari Johansson’s pictures exude an obvious lightness, but at the same time there is a humour and a strong desire to experiment. Her fashion images show traces back to the childhood of fashion photography in the early 20th century when predecessors such as George Hoynigen Huene and later Louise Dahl Wolfe created neoclassical images that became dominant for a long time to come.

The body, usually the female, is in focus, but her women do not appear vulnerable or objectified, but rather as strong, proud and independent.