Joachim Brohm (*1955)
One of the first german photographers using color in artistic photography. JB is teaching photography at University. Workscan in many important museums and collections.
Stéphane Duroy (*1948)
Law studies, then professional photographer. Member of agency VU. Comissioned photography for famous journals . Working on his own body of work. Prints in many important museums and collections.
Luigi Ghirri (1943 – 1992)
One of the most important influential artists in contemporary photography. His photographs are in many international important collections/ museums.
One of the most important influential artists in contemporary Swedish photography. His photographs are in many international important collections/ museums.
Peter Keetman (1916 – 2005)
1949 co-founder of FotoForm, a group with great impact on the new photography in the 50s and 60s in Germany and abroad.
Viktor Kolàř (*1941)
born and raised in Ostrava, Czech Republic, tooks photographs of ”Prague Spring“, now professor at FAMU in Prague
Ray K. Metzker (*1931)
One of the most important living american photographers. His main subject over the years is light and shadow, his black&white prints are of outstanding quality. Teacher at Philadelphia College of Art and University of New Mexico. Numerous exhibitions. last one at the Getty Museum LA.
Timm Rautert (*1941)
Studied photography with Otto Steiner at Folkwangschule für Gestaltung in Essen.Versatile book-projects and exhibitions. Professor at the Leipzig Academy of Visual Arts. Several of his students established successful careers in artistic photography.
Thomas Ruff (*1958)
Studied photography with Bernd and Hilla Becher in Düsseldorf. Was professor. The name Becher School has become a synonym for contemporary German photography.
Toni Schneiders (1920 – 2006)
very influential group of german photographers in the 50s and 60s (Subjektive Fotografie). Published many books, most of them coming through his numerous journeys worldwide.
Wilhelm Schürmann (*1946)
Studied chemistry. Worked as photographer for different daily newspapers. Began collecting photography and teaching photography. Worked as a professor at the University Aachen.
Steven Shore (*1947)
Like nobody elses, his images are documenting the era of the 60s and 70s in America. Certainly one of the most important photographic artist of our time.
Emi Anrakuji (*1963)
Studied at Musashino Art University. Freelance photographer. Published many books. Main subject role of women in Japanese society. Exhibitions in Japan and abroad.
Yuichi Hibi (*1964)
Photographer and filmmaker. His work is in museums, gallery shows and private collections worldwide. Documentary film on legendary photographer Robert Frank. 2013, film ”An Ornament of Faith” is Hibi's directorial debut.
Osamu Kanemura (*1964)
Photographer, many solo and group exhibitions. His work is in museums, gallery shows and private collections worldwide.
Kazuo Kitai (*1944)
Photographer, born in China, grownup in Japan, many exhibitions worldwide
Ryuji Miyamoto (*1947)
Studied graphic design at Tama Art University, Tokyo. Photographer, documentary film maker. Often his subject is the destruction of architecture. Took part in Documenta 11. Works are in many museums and collections.
Ikko Narahara (*1931)
Studied law and art history. First solo exhibition in 1956. Professor at the Graduate School of Kyushu Sangyo University. Numerous exhibitions, won many prizes.
Koji Onaka (*1960)
graduated 1982 from Tokyo Photograph College. 1988 opened up the gallery [KAIDO] at Tokyo. Several exhibitions in Japan and abroad, his works can be found in international museums and collections. Publishes regularly.
Toshio Shibata (*1949)
Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts concentrating on painting. Studied also in Belgium. Began photographing. Known for large-format photographs of large-scale works of civil engineering in unpopulated landscapes.
Issei Suda (*1940)
graduated 1982 from Tokyo Photograph, Works many years as photographer at theatres. Professor at Osaka University of Arts, won the Ken Domon Award, his works are in many international museums and collections.
Yutaka Takanashi (*1935)
Co-founder of „Provoke“, the subversive yet influential photo magazine. He has widely exhibited, his works are to be found in important museums and collections.
Shomei Tomatsu (1930-2012)
Published first images in important photo-magazines.Graduated in economics. Freelance photographer. Numerous prices and awards. Taught photography in several universities.