Kåre Kivijärvi

Kåre Kivijärvi (born 23 April 1938 in Hammerfest - 20 November 1991) was a Norwegian photographer known for his photojournalistic work in Northern Norway. Kivijärvi's photographic style is noted for its stark, sparse imagery. His photo essay on Laestadians in Northern Norway in 1962 is a noted example of this style, as are his depiction of desolate landscapes and harsh climates. Source: Wikipedia
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Foto: Kåre Kivijärvi / Nasjonalbiblioteket

Foto: Kåre Kivijärvi / Nasjonalbiblioteket

Foto: Kåre Kivijärvi / Nasjonalbiblioteket

Foto: Kåre Kivijärvi / Nasjonalbiblioteket

Foto: Kåre Kivijärvi, antagelig Finnmark omkring 1957-58. Tilhører Nasjonalbiblioteket. Digital bearbeiding ved Paul Jacobsen/Nasjonalbiblioteket.

Kivijärvi-skatter frem i lyset - Nasjonalbiblioteket

Galerie Michael Janssen Berlin | Kåre Kivijärvi

Galerie Michael Janssen Berlin | Kåre Kivijärvi

Galerie Michael Janssen Berlin | Kåre Kivijärvi

Michael Janssen is pleased to present the first solo exhibition in Germany by the Norwegian photographer and artist Kåre Kivijärvi On view will be

Here are some breakthrough works of Kåre Kivijärvi and how he pioneered Norwegian photography.

Here are some breakthrough works of Kåre Kivijärvi and how he pioneered Norwegian photography.

Here are some breakthrough works of Kåre Kivijärvi and how he pioneered Norwegian photography.

Here are some breakthrough works of Kåre Kivijärvi and how he pioneered Norwegian photography.

Here are some breakthrough works of Kåre Kivijärvi and how he pioneered Norwegian photography.

Here are some breakthrough works of Kåre Kivijärvi and how he pioneered Norwegian photography.

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