Mikael Jansson

Mikael Jansson is represented by WENZEL & CO

Mikael Jansson is a leading fashion photographer/director currently living and working in New York. During the mid-nineties he gained notoriety creating epic features for some of the leading avant-garde publications of the era. He is renowned for his technical prowess and emotionally charged images, spanning across all genres. Among his influences he credits legendary master photographer Richard Avedon who he worked with in the late eighties. Mikael Jansson’s spirit of adventure and travel has taken him to spectacular locations around the world on assignment for publications such as W Magazine, Vogue, Vogue Paris and Vogue Nippon. He regularly contributes to Interview Magazine, shooting celebrity cover features as well as influential actors, musicians and designers. He also contributes to Love and i-D and has created memorable campaigns for Calvin Klein, Armani Cosmetics, Hugo Boss, H&M, Salvatore Ferragamo and Christian Dior. He has published several books, exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide and won numerous prestigious awards


Stockholm New (Stockholm New Publishing)
Contemporary Swedish Photography, published by Art And Theory publishing
Le Boucher, published by Gun Gallery
Iggy Pop, published by Gun Gallery
Speed Of Life, published by Steidl
PA&Co – Mer än en kokbok, published by Stockholm New publishing
Mikael Jansson, published by Beaufort Press

Recent Exhibitions

2013 Boychild Unseen Amsterdam
2013 Dum Dum Boys The Ravestijn Gallery Amsterdam
2013 Stockholm New – national romanticism from double turn of the centuries: contemporary fashion photography meet classic masterpiece painting Thielska Stockholm
2012 Coming Home for Christmas Gun Gallery Stockholm
Scandinavian Art Fair, 48 hour online art fair Scandinavian Art Fair Online
2011 Paris Photo Grand Palais Paris
Dum Dum Boys Gun Gallery Stockholm
Le Boucher Hardorff’s Hus Copenhagen
2010 Fashion! – modefotografi genom tiderna Fotografiska Stockholm
2009 Weird Beauty: Fashion Photography Now Institute of Contemporary Art Boston


Hand Painted Canvas Backdrops

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