Lars Tunbjörk

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Lars Tunbjörk
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Lars Tunbjörk at the 48th Guldbagge Awards in 2013
Born (1956-02-15)15 February 1956
Borås, Sweden
Died 8 April 2015(2015-04-08) (aged 59)
Stockholm, Sweden
Nationality Swedish
Occupation photographer
Years active 1971–2015

Lars Tunbjörk (15 February 1956 – 8 April 2015)[1] was a Swedish photographer known for his "deadpan portraits of office spaces and suburban lifestyles".[2][3]


Tunbjörk was born in the Swedish town of Borås, a place which was a big influence for his work throughout his career. He was also influenced early on by Swedish photographer Christer Stromholm and American photographer William Eggleston.

His photographs can be found in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Centre Pompidou and the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris.[citation needed] Tunbjörk was a member of Agence Vu and worked for The New York Times Magazine, Time, GEO, and others.[4]