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Mikael Jansson

(Sweden, Born 1958)
Estimate
100 000 - 125 000 SEK
9 140 - 11 400 EUR
9 710 - 12 100 USD
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Finland: Kuvasto

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Karin Aringer
Stockholm
Karin Aringer
Specialist Photography and Contemporary Art
+46 (0)702 63 70 57
Mikael Jansson
(Sweden, Born 1958)

"Hungarian #15", 2003

Signed Mikael Jansson and numbered 1/3 verso. C-print silicone mounted to acrylic glass 50 x 150 cm. Including frame 54 x 154 cm.

Provenance

CF Hill, Stockholm.

Exhibitions

CF Hill, Stockholm, "Mikael Jansson, Speed of Life",
28 April — 24 May 2017.

More information

From 2003-2006 Mikael Jansson followed the Formula 1 circuit around the world, photographing cars, drivers, mechanics, race tracks, pit lanes and spectators in Sao Paolo, Monza, Shanghai, Bahrain, Monte Carlo, Indianapolis, San Marino, Nürburgring, and most other of the seventeen stops on the grand world tour.