"Deutschland" is the final installment in the Swedish photographer Gerry Johansson's epic nation trilogy. As in his earlier books "America" (1998) and "Sweden" (2005), he portrays Germany by studying its more anonymous characteristics, by the neglected details and minor scarrings of the urban panorama. As he moves from town to town, Johansson sifts through the seemingly banal particulars of a country to produce cumulatively pungent insights into the state of the nation. Where most see nothing and no-one, Johansson shows us everything and everyone, but with the quietest of gazes and lightest of touches.Gerry Johansson was born in 1945 in Orebro, Sweden. He has exhibited widely in Sweden and Germany, including at the Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm, and has published numerous books of his work.