Hans Gedda Photography

Nelson Mandela

Since the late 1960’s Hans Gedda (born July 8, 1942) has been one of Swedens leading portrait photographers. He is known for his intimate portraits of some of the greatest icons of our time, ranging from politicians and kings to actors and musicians. Many of there photographs has since become part of our cultural heritage, like the photographs of Nelson Mandela, taken shortly after he was release from prison.


Man with a Cigarette and Stick


ABBA


Addi, the White-Face Clown
Al Jarreau


Andy Warhol


Angela Davis


Arthur Lee


Ashley Beedle


Astrid Lindgren


Carl XVI Gustaf, King of Sweden


Cornelis Vreeswijk


Dan Wolgers


Einar Nerman


Endre Nemes


Ernst Hugo Jaregard, actor


Evert Taube, author, singer, artist


Fantini, clown


Geraldine Chaplin


Hans Alfredson, author, actor, entertainer, film director


Hasse Persson


Ingemar Stenmark


Ingmar Bergman


Jane Birkin


Jean Paillard


Jonas Gardell


Kerstin Palm


Margaretha Krook


Marit Bergman


Max von Sydow


Maxime Sullivan


Nelson Mandela


Niklas Ek, dancer, actor


Olof Palme


Ove Ekberg


Per Gunnar Evander


Rebecka Tornqvist


Rolf Winquist, photographer


Sara Lidman


Self Portrait as The White Clown


Sophie Zelmani


Stuart Staples


Sven Stolpe


The Circus Princess


Tomas Transtromer


Tove Jansson


Urban Torhamn


Werner Klausen

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