Knut Bry, born 1946 in Hovet, is one of Norway´s most acclaimed photographers. Knut´s work is internationally renowned in several genres, spanning from fashion editorials and world-wide reportages for Condé Nast-publications such as VOGUE and The Traveler, as well as being considered as an experimental force within the commercial photography. Knut is a true humanitarian, and his works are often recognized through his explicit use of colours, filters and objects –
elegantly and insightfully composed – generating both conviction and joy in his audiences. Knut has also hosted numerous solo- and group exhibitions as an art photographer, often accompanied by musicians, dancers and actors. Also, there are quite a number of books on design, architecture, travel and photography illustrated by the brilliant photographic eye of Mr. Bry. His sense of shape, light and colour is truly inspiring, and his being even more so.
Knut’s photography is part of the Communities of Solidarity: The Story of Pikpa Refugee Camp book, being launched as part of Who Are We on the evening of Friday 25th May.