A body is not just a body, it is a perfect form, it is a sculpture capable of moving and mutating, and Swedish photographer Emma Hartvig knows this well. In her works, the human element is never missing, but what differentiates her from many of her colleagues is her approach to the subject. The naked bodies are treated like real works of art, captured in positions that allow you to appreciate their shapes and lines as if they were landscapes.
The latter represent another recurring subject in Emma Hartvig’s photography, the natural element is often flanked by the human one, as in the photographic series “Bodies, landscapes and desire“.
Emma Hartvig proposes a series of delicate and intimate shots that manage to create a relationship between places, from forests to cliffs, focusing on the shapes of trees, rocks, landscape, and bodies.
These are peaceful shots, in which quietness dominates and in which we silently immerse ourselves.