Christophe von Hohenberg is an internationally respected and admired portrait photographer. His unique gift for capturing the inner essence of individuals has been recognised with two showings of his work by The Museum of Modern Art http://www.moma.org/. His portraits have also been displayed at The Grey Art Gallery in New York, Art and Interior in Berlin and Valentina Moncada in Rome. He has worked with magazines including American, French and German Vogue, Vanity Fair, Marie Claire, Rolling Stone, New York Times Magazine, and others.
Hohenberg’s critically acclaimed book, Andy Warhol: The Day the Factory Died received the Photo District News Photography Book Award and the AIGA Book Award in 2007. His recent shows have been in The Goss Gallery in Dallas, The Rudolf Budja Gallery in Salzburg, The America House Cultural Centre in Munich and at Affirmation Arts in New York City.
Christophe spent his early years in the West Indies and Europe. He studied art, philosophy and history in Germany, France and Spain and currently divides his time between New York City, the Hamptons and the West Indies.
A rare London gallery show of photographic work from the 1987 Andy Warhol memorial service by theWorks…Read more >
Go to Art Basel Miami this weekend and meet our curator Jeremy Hu and see stunning artwork fromÂ theWorks…Read more >