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Christophe von Hohenberg is a portrait and lifestyle photographer. American Vogue discovered Von Hohenberg. The Museum of Modern Art recognized his talented work with two showings of his photography.

Throughtout his productive career photographing celebrities, he has worked with magazines including American Vogue, Interview, Vanity Fair, Marie Claire, German Vogue, German Rolling Stone, New York Times Magazine, French Vogue, Hampton's Magazine, and others. Von Hohenberg has established his place in the art world, as a portrait photographer, with his unique gift for capturing the inner essence of individuals in distinguished and elegant ways. His portraits have been displayed at The Grey Art Gallery in New York, Art and Interior in Berlin and Valentina Moncada in Rome. In addition, Von Hohenberg is actively engaged in shooting advertising campaigns for major companies.

Christophe von Hohenberg's book on Andy Warhol was published in 2006. Hiis recent shows have been in The Goss Gallery in Dallas, Texas, 2006; The Rudolf Budja Gallery in Salzburg, Austria, 2007; The America House Cultural Center in Munich, Germany, 2007; and at Affirmation Arts in New York City, 2008.

This internationally known photographer spent his early years in the West Indies and Europe. He studied art, philosophy and history in Germany, France and Spain. Von Hohenberg graduated from Schiller University in Paris. Christophe divides his time between New York City, the Hamptons and the West Indies.

Inquiries and portfolio requests may be made via telephone: (212) 677-2636

The Day The Factory Died

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Photographs by
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