André Wagner
Andre Wagner

André Wagner Berlin, Germany

André started out as a graffiti artist, which taught him the importance of colour, perspectives and form. His photography career was kick-started when his photograph of graffiti was published by Schwarzkopf & Schwarzkopf and he won the Deutsche Jugend Fotopreis (German Photo Award for the Youth) in 2000. He is now represented by galleries around the world including the Hollis Taggart gallery in New York. André’s work is regularly shown in both solo and group exhibitions, and is also held in numerous public collections. In 2016 he won the Prix de la Photographie Paris. André still lives in Berlin and specializes in photographs of natural and metaphysical subjects.

Preferred Style
Colour, nature.

Preferred Camera
Phase One IQ150, Nikon D800e, Mamiya 7II, Fuji FX617.

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  1. Glacier Lagoon 5
    Glacier Lagoon 5
    André Wagner
    £144.00
  2. Glacier Lagoon 4
    Glacier Lagoon 4
    André Wagner
    £144.00
  3. Glacier lagoon 6
    Glacier lagoon 6
    André Wagner
    £144.00
  4. Holi Cow
    Holi Cow
    André Wagner
    £144.00
  5. Holi Cow II
    Holi Cow II
    André Wagner
    £144.00
  6. Glacier Lagoon 2
    Glacier Lagoon 2
    André Wagner
    £144.00

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Quick Questions

What did you use to photograph these images?

Phase One IQ250, 55mm Nikon D800e, Hensel Porty 1200, 24-70mm, 70-200mm.

What type of lighting do you use?

For the glacier photos I used natural light, for the cows in the shed I used portable Hensel studio lighting. In general I use all kinds of light, natural as well as artificial, to create my work. For my first landscape pictures (series "Romance of Elements“) I used the light of real fires.

Where did you grow up?

East Germany

Any accessories you can’t work without?

I just need a really good inspiration and I have to be in the mood to realize this idea. If that is not there then I won’t be able to work intensely.

Who are your artistic heroes?

Hieronymus Bosch, David LaChapelle, and many others. I like artists which have a look at metaphysical subjects. Also, nature in itself, as well as Time, with all its creative power.

What work are you most proud of?

"Fight“, "Harwood Hole“, "Torchlight“ and "Coming Back From Yamuna“. These works led to new inspiration and ideas for pictures.

What advice would you give younger photographers?

Trust your own ideas.

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