Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Get to know: Photographer Celia Rogge

Inspired by the notion of discovery through reflections, Celia Rogge takes a personal, inquisitive lens to everyday life. She focuses on finding beauty in the detail. She finds the hidden obvious in her work, the sublime in detail and the emotional in the unemotional. In her vibrant manifestation, New York Reflections, she applies her reflections to New York architecture and street photography and elevates the contours of this metropolis to another perceptive level. Before unseen ornamental structures filtered through the transformative power of light become visible from behind the apparent and engage the viewer in new ways.
Born in Germany, Celia Rogge has lived and worked in New York for over a decade but has also called Berlin, London, Washington and Montreux her home. She has built a strong international reputation as a photographer over the past 10 years she has had her work exhibited by some of Germany’s prominent contemporary galleries and exhibition spaces in Berlin and Bremen: Galerie Friedmann Hahn, Galerie SchulzOnehundred, Veronica Pohle and Daub & Soehne. In the United States the renowned Galerie Mourlot in New York represents her. 

Celia Rogge is an artist of international stature and today her prints can be found in personal collections throughout Europe and the United States. In addition to her artistic photography, her oeuvre is rounded out by portraiture, celebrity photography, fashion and major event photography for clients such as Compagnie Financiere Richemont SA, IWC International Watch CompanyRalph Lauren, Bismark Philipps Communications & Media, Indyssey Entertainment, Inca Productions, DIESEL, Temperley Londonamong others. She studied at the International Center of Photography (ICP) in ManhattanGeorgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and the LSE in London

Image above: Celia Rogge, NYC Architectural Drawing, Photograph, 24x32 inches
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