Douglas Ljungkvist, Untitled
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Douglas Ljungkvist

Untitled, Ocean Beach, New Jersey, 2011
From the Ocean Beach series
Website - DouglasLjungkvist.com

Douglas Ljungkvist is originally from Goteborg Sweden. He is a self-taught photographer whose work examines places and environments both public and private. His work has been exhibited at the Dumbo Arts Festival, New York Photo Festival, Hereford Festival, London Street Photography Festival, Bridge Art Fair, and more. In 2011 he was awarded the Gold prize at the Px3 Fine Art Book proposal category and participated at Review Santa Fe in 2010. His first monograph, Ocean Beach, will be published by Kehrer Verlag in the fall of 2013. Douglas lives and works in Brooklyn, New York with his wife Erica and young daughter, Ebba.

Posted on Monday, December 10, 2012.

 

 

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