Kalle Sanner is an artist and photographer living and working in Sweden. Shooting a range of subjects, including architecture, portraits and furniture, Sanner's work has been widely exhibited and published. Sanner has released a number of artist books, including Album (2010) and Sprinten (2009). In 2012, Sanner had a solo exhibition at Gallerigången in Hasselblad Center. Sanner is also one of the founders behind Blackbook Publications, publishing artist books with photographers and artists in and around Scandinavia.
We designed and developed Sanner's new website - a horizontally oriented, fully responsive presentation of his work built in WordPress. Each series of images are numbered, further emphasizing the linear structure of the website. Generous use of white space and subtly used typography allow the images to breath and take center stage. The biography section is built in a continuation of the horizontal theme, listing exhibitions, books and contact details, along with a text written by Dragana Vujanovic Östlind, Chief Curator at the Hasselblad Foundation.
Sanner is also a steady collaborator and responsible for many of the images of our own work, that can be seen on our website. Visit the website: www.kallesanner.se
Photographer and artist Kalle Sanner (b. 1978) lives and works in Gothenburg, Sweden. In addition to self-initiated projects, Sanner works on commissions for cultural institutions, design studios and architectural firms. Focusing mainly on still life, architecture and exhibition photography.
In 2006 he started the publishing company and distribution network Blackbook Publications in collaboration with Simon Berg; in this context he has published several titles and exhibited the project ‘Album’ at the Hasselblad Center.
Sanner own works is born from a photographic practice and his main concerns focus on spatiality and perception, he is also committed to the production and distribution of the artistic photobook.
Sanner has a years of experience teaching at the Valand Academy and being responsible for the courses Artist Book, Professional Development and Publication in the Expanded Field. He was also the Head of the Film, Photography and Literary Composition Department at HDK-Valand in Gothenburg between 2018 - 2021