My name is Andreas Yoshizawa (formerly Bergström), a photographer/writer from Småland, Sweden. Love took me to Japan and since 2018 I am living in Tokyo with Suma, my wife and creative partner. I have a background in mathematics and physics, but writing and photography has always been my passion. And in time, the creative process became a way of life, of finding meaning and of sharing my world with others. My photography ranges from art photography to commercial, and on this site you can see samples of my work. 
My exhibitions has mainly focused on the dialogue between and within text and image; I call it two-dimensional imprints and my hope is that they will come to life and gain a third dimension when the viewer experiences them. A visitor once conveyed that the exhibition room had a meditative feeling. And I felt yes, that is exactly one of my driving forces – to offer the viewer an incentive for reflection and the opportunity to a few meditative moments.

スウェーデン Smålandの写真家・作家。アンドレアス・芳澤(旧姓:Bergström)。
愛はスウェーデンから私を日本へと導き、2018年から、妻でありクリエイティブパートナーである須麻さんと東京で暮らしています。私のベースは数学と物理学ですが、写真と執筆に強い情熱を注いでいます。

私は広告系の写真からアート系の写真に至るまで、ご依頼頂いた仕事によって、幅広い分野の写真を手がけています。アートエキシビジョンでは、主にテキストとイメージの対話に焦点に(私は「二次元の刻印」と呼びます)、感覚を揺さぶる何かを提供することが私の原動力のひとつとなっています。
このウェブサイトでは、作品の一部をご紹介しています。


Some exhibitions / 展覧会のご紹介:
Sweden
2011, Orust, July 1 - 5
2012, Ryssby, December 21 - 22
2013 - 2015, participation in Konstnärsrundan i Ljungby
2013 - 2014, participation in Smålands Gröna Hjärtas Konst- och Hantverksrunda
2015, Växjö (Galleri Petersson & Persson), March 14 - April 4
2015, Linköping, May 24 - August 9
2016, Ljungby (Utställningshallen Ljungby bibliotek), June 4 - August 27
2016, Ryssby, July 2
Japan
2019, Futakotamagawa, Tokyo, February 1-28

Thomas Lissing wrote this in Smålandsposten, March 14 2015 about my exhibition in Växjö (my translation):
There is a nice linguistic sensitivity in the poetical endeavor, which promises good. The expression of the images varies with the degree of treatment and they become the most pithy and concise when they are reduced to their smallest components. 
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