Christophe von Hohenberg is a fine art, portrait, documentary and lifestyle photographer. In 1979, he was discovered by American Vogue and his photographs were displayed in the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Since then, he has worked with Interview, Art Forum, Vanity Fair, Geo, German Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Fortune, Hamptons Magazine, German Vogue and French Vogue. 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 2007. He has since published Shadows of the Gods, which documents Mexico City's vibrant creative energy and burgeoning visual arts community;Another Planet: New York Portraits 1976-1996; and The White Album of the Hamptons. His work is in the permanent collections of the Norton Museum in West Palm Beach, FL and Guild Hall in East Hampton, NY.
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