About Christophe von Hohenberg
Christophe von Hohenberg is a portrait, documentary and lifestyle photographer.
In 1979 American Vogue discovered von Hohenberg and the Museum of Modern Art displayed his photos. In the 1980s he expanded his career, working with Interview, Artforum, Vanity Fair, Geo, German Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Fortune, Hamptons Magazine, and German and French Vogue.
In 2007, his critically acclaimed book Andy Warhol: The Day the Factory Died received the Photo District News Photo Book Award and the AIGA book Award. In 2014, he published a second book, ANOTHER PLANET, New York Portraits: 1976 - 1996, which is comprised of 20 years of photos presented in a scrapbook format, pictures that bring to life a forgotten era – two decades epitomizing a time and place not seen since Paris in the '20s.
Von Hohenberg's work has been exhibited at the Gray Art, Anders Wahlsedt Fine Arts, Stephen Keszler and Affirmative Arts Galleries in NYC; Goss Gallery, Dallas, Texas; Rudolf Budja Gallery, Salzburg, Austria; America House Cultural Center, Munich, Germany and Aretha Campbell Fine Art, London. His shows have been reviewed in various publications, including German Vanity Fair, English Vogue, The Daily Telegraph and Die Welt.
His photographs are in privates collections in the United States, Europe and South America.