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Discovered by American Vogue, von Hohenberg has had a productive career photographing celebrities and working with magazines including Interview, Vanity Faire, German Vogue, German Rolling Stone, New York Times Magazine, French Vogue, and others. He 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 Interior in Berlin and Valentina Moncada in Rome. The Museum of Modern Art in New York recognized his talents with two exhibits of his photography. Additionally, von Hohenberg is actively engaged in shooting advertising campaigns for major companies.
He studied art, philosophy and history in Germany, France and Spain. Von Hohenberg graduated from Schiller University in Paris. His critically acclaimed book ‘Andy Warhol The Day The Factory Died’ with Charlie Scheips (Worldwide Director of Photography for Phillips de Pury) received the Photo District News Photography Book Award and the AIGA Book Award in 2007. Von Hohenberg divides his time between New York City, the Hamptons and Mexico City.