At the Photokina 2000 exhibition, Hasselblad presents the forthcoming Hasselblad Calendar 2001. Its new concept and format is embodied in a fresh and contemporary graphic design. The primary aim of the carefully selected pictures is to present excellent photography that reflects current interest and creates a lasting impression on the viewer. The calendar will no doubt strongly appeal to both photographers and others interested in the visual arts.
The calendar contains just over 40 images of various sizes, in colour as well as black & white, representing many fields of application without being linked under a specific theme.
The Hasselblad Calendar 2001 presents the work of twelve highly skilled photographers, hailing from different parts of the world, all with various backgrounds and photographic styles. The majority are well established of worldwide repute, but the calendar also presents a number of up-and-coming photographers, with a fresh and exciting approach to photography.
Photographers participating in the Hasselblad Calendar 2001 are:
Anton Corbijn from England, Bernhard Edmaier from Germany, Isabel Muoz from Spain, Hans van Ommeren from Holland, Mario Cravo Neto from Brazil, Michael Grecco from USA, Matilda Lindeblad from Sweden, Ian Patrick from France, Per Nagel from Denmark, Phyllis Galembo from USA, Howard Schatz from USA and Xie Mo from China.