Photo essays by Christian Belgaux, Chris Harrison, Katinka Hustad, Sofie Amalie Klougart, Geir Moseid, Brian Cliff Olguin, Javad Parsa, Maria Pasenau, Nora Savosnick.
The Norwegian Journal of Photography was established in 2010 as an arena for photographers working in the broad documentary genre between traditional press photography and art photography.
It offers an environment to support and develop their ideas into full scale bodies of work, providing encouragement and constructive criticism. Our goal is to reflect and communicate the ever more prominent position of Norwegian photography on the international arena, as well as to improve the documentary photography milieu in Norway.
207 color and b/w images • Foreword: Thomas Borberg • English language consultant: Linda Sivesind • Editing and layout: Rune Eraker, Gösta Flemming (publishing editor), Laara Matsen and Espen Rasmussen in co-operation with the photographers • Design: Gösta Flemming • Final art: Johan Lindberg • Published in co-operation with NJP/Fritt Ord • Softcover with flaps • 205 x 265 mm • 348 pages • English • ISBN 978-91-87939-61-7 • 2021