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Tobias Hutzler photographs artist Stanley Whitney’s thrilling abstract painting “My Name Is Peaches” at the Studio Museum in Harlem for The New Yorker
What an amazing assignment—The New York Times Magazine asked Tobias Hutzler to photograph Hillary Clinton along the campaign trail for a July 19 cover story on the 2016 presidential candidate. Tobias, who previously photographed Chris Christie for the magazine, traveled with Clinton and her security detail to Vermont, New Hampshire, and Missouri. His mission was […]
You’re invited: Experiential exhibition NOWNY15 opens in NYC July 16, featuring work by Tobias Hutzler, Annabel Mehran, and other exceptional image makers
Stockland Martel is pleased to invite followers of our blog to NOWNY15, an experiential exhibition featuring work by Tobias Hutzler, Annabel Mehran, and other exceptional image makers. The show will take place Thursday, July 16, at 7 p.m. at Jack Studios in New York City and is being presented by In-Haus. It will also feature […]
Tobias Hutzler photographs the perspective-bending installations of Danish artist Jeppe Hein for The New Yorker
For its June 22 issue, The New Yorker asked Tobias Hutzler to capture the experience of interacting with two public art installations by Jeppe Hein at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Below is the photo that appears in the magazine, plus a series of Tobias’ favorite images from the shoot.
The New Yorker recently asked Tobias Hutzler to shoot dynamic images of various New York City neighborhoods, from Chelsea to Midtown and the East Village. Below are some of his favorite photos from the assignment, one of which was used online as the introductory image for The New Yorker’s collaboration with radio station WNYC.
To kick off Memorial Day weekend, Time magazine published a portfolio of Tobias Huztler‘s aerial photographs of New York’s beaches and parks edited by Kira Pollack, Time‘s director of photography. Even though the images, which he photographed with an toward giving them a graphic quality, were shot in different boroughs, they are less about a […]
Photo Journal, the photo blog of The Wall Street Journal, recently interviewed Tobias Hutzler about his striking approach to photographing the landscape, which incorporates natural and artificial light, long exposures, and the sensitivity and vision of a fine artist. “The landscape is a familiar image in photography and art, subject of the concrete and inspiration […]
From using pure moonlight to shoot cars in the desert to casting a net of lights into the sea and setting a long exposure, photographer and director Tobias Hutzler has spent more than a year experimenting with light and how it interacts with the landscape. The results, which he describes as “light drawings,” are striking—and […]