Peter Bialobrzeski (Hamburg, Germany)
Peter Bialobrzeski studied Politics and Sociology before he became a photographer for a local paper in his native Wolfsburg/Germany.
He travelled extensivly in Asia before he went back to College in Essen and London to do courses in Photography.
After having worked as a photojournalist for almost 15 years and published world wide, Peter started to focus more on Personal Projects.
In the last eight years he has published seven books, "XXXholy", "NEONTIGERS", "HEIMAT", "Lost in Transition" , "Paradise Now", "Case Study Homes", and recently "Informal Arrangements".
His work has been exhibited in Europe, USA, Asia, Afrika and Australia.
He won numurous awards including the prestigious World Press Photo Award 2003 and 2010.
He has been a member of several Jurys including WorldPressPhoto in 2007 and 2009 and the prestigious Otto Steinert Award in Germany in 2005.
Peter Bialobrzeski has been a visiting professor for photojournalism at the University of Essen in 1998/99.
Since 2002 Peter is a regular Professor for photography at the University of the Arts in Bremen/Germany.
Furthermore he runs workshops around the world. He is represented by Laurence Miller Gallery in New York, LA Galerie in Frankfurt/Germany and also shows with Robert Morat Gallery in his hometown Hamburg, as well as at m97 Gallery in Shanghai.
Solo Shows
2010
"Urban Structures", Leipzig
2010
"Urban Structures", Städtische Galerie, Delmenhorst
2010
"Neon Paradise", m97 Gallery, Shanghai, China
2010
"Paradise Now", LA Galerie, Frankfurt, Germany
2010
"Paradise Now", Alfred Ehrhard Stiftung, Berlin, Germany
2009
"Urban Structures", Galerie Clairefontaine, Luxemburg
2009
"Urban Structures", Galerie Robert Morat, Hamburg, Germany
2008
"Lost in Transition", Laurence Miller Gallery, New York, USA
2008
"Lost in Transition", LA Galerie, Frankfurt, Germany
2008
"TIGRI DI LUCE", Museo di Fotografia Contemporanea, Milan, Italy
2007
"HEIMAT", Nepente Gallery, Milan, Italy
2007
NEONTIGERS, Galerie Clairefontaine, Luxembourg
2006
NEONTIGERS, Deutsche Börse Group, Frankfurt, Germany
2006
NEONTIGERS Goethe Institute Hongkong, China
2006
"HEIMAT", Laurence Miller Gallery, New York, USA
2006
HEIMAT, LA Galerie, Frankfurt, Germany
2005
NEONTIGERS Goethe Institute Bangalore, Mumbai, India
2005
NEONTIGERS/HEIMAT, Seagaull Arts Centre, Kolkata, India
2005
HEIMAT, Goethe Institute, New Delhi, India
2005
NEONTIGERS, Lalit Academy, New Delhi, Lucknow, India
2005
Photographs, LA Galerie, Frankfurt, Germany
2004/5
"Neon Tigers", Museum der Arbeit, Hamburg
2004
"Neon Tigers", Laurence Miller Gallery, New York, USA
2003
"All this useless beauty", Galerie Albrecht, München
Group Shows
2010
"The hidden City", Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, USA
2010
"Weltbilder 3", Helmhaus Zürich, Switzerland
2009
"Verschwindende Landschaften", Galerie Rudzicka, Salzburg, Austria
2009
"25th Anniversary Celebration", Laurence Miller Gallery, New York, USA
2009
"Grad Wanderung", Kunsthaus Kaufbeuren, Germany
2009
"The Abstracted Landscape", Laurence Miller Gallery, New York, USA
2008
"Oliver Boberg, Peter Bialobrzeski", LA Galerie, Frankfurt, Germany
2008
"Dark Shade, Light of Hope", Korean Institute, London, England
2008
"Dark Shade, Light of Hope", Chung Pa Gallery, Seoul, Korea
2008
"Die Liebe zum Licht", Kunstmuseum Bochum, Germany
2007
"Sublime", Römer 9, Frankfurt/M., Germany
2006
NEONTIGERS, Architekturbiennale, Venedig, Italien
2005
NEONTIGERS, Pingyao Photofestival, China
2005
"Jakarta Biennale", Jakarta, Indonesia
2005
"Landscape as Metaphor", Blickle Stiftung, Karlsruhe
2005
"Dreams", Galerie Buchmann, Cologne
2005
"Weite Räume", Galerie Albrecht, München
2005
"Photographing Architecture", Galerie Claire Fontaine, Luxembourg
2004/5
Iska Jehl, Peter Bialobrzeski Galerie Albrecht, München
2004
"Pool Party", Yossi Milo Gallery, New York, USA