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Johan Willner

Wind Upon the Face of Waters
“Wind Upon the Face of Waters” deals with the great questions of religion and faith, from a perspective to be brought up in a modern, political and strongly secular society, during the seventies and eighties. It is a personal story that also reflects on the photographic method, Johan Willner combines the black and white photographs with an integrated essay in which the two parts follow each other and work both independently and jointly in the photographic and textual narrative. A combination that contributes to an extension of the experience of the photograph.

In 2015 Wind Upon the Face of Waters was awarded Best Portfolio at Landskrona Photo Festival and the winner of the Spine International Dummy Award.

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"Johan Willner"

September 2016

ISBN 978-3-7356-0266-4

17 x 21 cm

104 Pages

30 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound

with fold-out page

Languages: English

Editor
Göran Odbratt, Michael Tjelder
Text by
Johan Willner
Design by
Henrik Nygren
Events
Book Launch: 25 September 2016, Unseen Photo Festival, Amsterdam
Book signing and Artist Talks: 5 October 2016 Fotografiska Stockholm
Exhibition: "Wind Upon the Face of Waters", Centrum för Fotografi Stockholm, 13 October - 6 November 2016.