© Top image: Albert Watson
In cooperation with the independent actor CFHILL, Fotografiska Art Partner offers knowledgeable and responsive guidance in the world of photo art. Through this, we want to increase the knowledge and interest in photo art, which is getting an increasing attention in art circles. We provide tips and advice for both individuals and companies on what to consider when buying photo art. Through CFHILL, you as a visitor can, among other things, acquire photographs from both our ongoing exhibitions and previously displayed.
Maybe you want help building a photo collection from scratch. Or are you looking for a specific piece of work? Whether it’s about legendary photographers or a new talent, we look forward to sharing our knowledge and presenting suggestions that are right for you.
With inquiries please contact:
Anders Welander / Åsa Hultman
CFHILL / Fotografiska
+46 709 54 68 23 / +46 704 25 33 78
Right now we have 25 works by Albert Watson hanging in our Art Space. They’re all for sale and will be hanging until the 17th of November.
Albert Watson has made his mark as one of the world’s most successful and prolific photographers since 1970, blending art, fashion and commercial photography into some of the most iconic images ever seen. From portraits of Alfred Hitchcock and Steve Jobs, beauty shots of Kate Moss, to Las Vegas landscapes and still-life photographs of King Tutankhamen artifacts, Watson’s diversity and body of work are unparalleled. His striking photographs and stunning hand-made prints are featured in galleries and museums around the globe. The photo industry bible, Photo District News, named Albert one of the 20 most influential photographers of all time, along with Irving Penn and Richard Avedon, among others.
Watson, a Scotsman who immigrated to the United States in 1970, began his career primarily as a fashion photographer, and he has shot more than 100 covers of Vogue, along with work for countless other magazines. He also has created the photography for hundreds of ad campaigns for companies such as Prada, Revlon and Chanel. All the while, he has spent much of his time working on personal projects, along with his books and exhibitions.
Watson has won numerous honors, including a Lucie Award, a Grammy Award, three Andys, a Hasselblad Masters Award; and the Centenary Medal, a lifetime achievement award from the Royal Photographic Society. Queen Elizabeth II awarded Watson an Order of the British Empire (OBE) in June 2015 for his lifetime contribution to the art of photography.