Christophe von Hohenberg is a 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 book, Another Planet: New York Portraits 1976-1996, was published in 2014 following his critically acclaimed Andy Warhol: The Day the Factory Died, which received the Photo District News Photo Book Award and the AIGA Book Award in 2007.
In addition to the MoMA, von Hohenberg's work has been displayed at the Gray Art Gallery, the Stephen Keszler Gallery, Affirmation Arts and Staley-Wise Gallery in New York, New York; the Rudolf Budja Gallery in Salzburg, Austria; the America House Cultural Center in Munich, Germany; the Goss Gallery in Dallas, Texas and Aretha Campbell Fine Art in London, England. Born in the United States with Austrian heritage, von Hohenberg lives in New York City and Mexico City. His photographs can be found in private collections in the United States, Europe and South America.