* Learn how to make the sensations and emotions from given places or people feel palpable;
* Comprehend the shooting work in order to make postures and distances tangible, as well as to identify the links made by the photographer in his environment;
* Promote an intuitive photography;
* Develop a rooted approach in real-life and personal emotion;
* Set up a series through editing and sequence, revealing visual energy and intensity of this intuitive approach.
Anders Petersen was born in 1944 in Stockholm, Sweden. At 14 years old, his family moved to Karlstad in Värmland, where he met the artists Karin Bodland and Lars Sjögren. In 1961, he stayed for some time in Hamburg in order to learn German, write and paint. He didn’t take any pictures. Five years later he met Christer Strömholm and became a student at his School of Photography in Stockholm. Strömholm was not just his teacher but also a close friend. Their friendship influenced him for life. In 1967, he starts photographing a bar called Café Lehmitz in Hamburg, close to Zeughausmarkt. He was photographing there for a period of almost three years and in 1970 he had his first solo exhibition over the bar in Café Lehmitz with 350 photographs nailed to the wall.