Gerry Johansson (1945) lives in Höganäs, Sweden. He is an absolute master in the dark room, his photographs exacting composition and delicate black-and-white tonalities. As a devoted collector of different photographic papers he makes his prints with their own personal tonality. A lot of his images show abandoned places, areas and buildings without people and different environments in Sweden, but also around the world such as Ulan Bator, Antarctica, Tokyo, Pontiac to name a few. One could say that the world is his visual playground, full of various scattered parts and it’s up to him to carefully piece them together into precise working models. Johansson has published twenty something books, and is represented in the collection of Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Museet for Fotokunst/Brandt, Odense, and The Swedish Art Council.