Martin Schoeller


Martin Schoeller (*1968 in Munich) is one of the most renowned and preeminent contemporary portrait photographers in the world. After studying photography in Berlin at the prestigious Lette-Verein and in Hamburg, he assisted as Annie Leibovitz in New York for four years before starting to focus exclusively on his own photography in 1996. Martin Schoeller is a regular contributor to acclaimed publications and, like Richard Avedon before him, served as a contract editorial photographer for »The New Yorker«. His first book »Close Up« (teNeues) was published in 2005, followed by several fine art books that showcase other facets of Schoeller’s work. His latest book »Close« was published by Steidl in 2018. Editions of his photography are sought-after in the fine art market and are exhibited in museums and art institutions around the world. Martin Schoeller lives and works in New York.


2018 · CWC GALLERY (Berlin)
2018 · Nederlands Fotomuseum (Rotterdam)
2015 · Fotografiska (Stockholm)
2014 · CWC GALLERY (Berlin)
2013 · EMP Museum (Seattle)
2012 · Naples MoA (Naples)
2011 · Museum THE KENNEDYS (Berlin)
2005 · CAMERA WORK (Berlin)

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