Andreas Smaaland (1972, Norway) is a newcomer to the world of photography. Starting out on his photographic journey in 2008, he was already acclaimed just two years later at a local Oslo exhibition for debutant photographers, capturing the attention of the jury with his mainly black and white un-enhanced portrayal of life on the streets. Graduated from the OFKS (Oslo Fotokunstskole) in 2011, the same year he also became Interfoto’s debut exhibitor.
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