Tobias Hutzler shoots artful photographs of the “new” Panama Canal for Bloomberg Markets

For a Bloomberg Markets feature on the new shipping lane that opened in the Panama Canal in June, Tobias Hutzler collaborated with art director Hein Haugland and photo editor Donna Cohen on a series of sweeping photographs that would not be out of place on the wall of a blue-chip gallery. Below are some of […]

Tobias Hutzler’s aerial photographs of NYC swimming pools featured in new exhibition

The Arsenal Gallery in Manhattan is currently hosting “SPF16: NYC Pools and Beaches in Contemporary Photography,” an exhibition of images from all five boroughs of New York City created in the past three decades, and Tobias Hutzler is one of the noteworthy photographers whose work is being featured. “Two aerial photographs by Hutzler help to […]

Tobias Hutzler photographs “The Strange and Lovely Things One Sees From New York Windows” for New York magazine

 

Tobias Hutzler photographs “Meridian (Gold),” a dazzling sculpture by artist Mika Tajima installed in Long Island City, New York

With Meridian (Gold), artist Mika Tajima has created a remarkable sculpture that—as The New Yorker points out—looks like a hot tub with light-filled mist erupting from it. “The mist changes color based on the fluctuating value of gold,” the magazines explains. “Computerized lights are fed data, in real time, from global markets.” The New Yorker […]

Tobias Hutzler photographs the opening image for “Worlds Apart” feature for The New York Times Magazine, on school segregation in New York City

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Bloomberg Businessweek commissions Tobias Hutzler to photograph Helen Marriage, director of Artichoke Trust, Britain’s groundbreaking public-art organization

  For a feature in its new Design Issue, Bloomberg Businessweek asked Helen Marriage to write about her work as the director of Artichoke Trust, a wildly inventive public-art nonprofit in the U.K. The charity’s mission is to “work with artists to create extraordinary, large-scale events that appeal to the widest possible audience,” according to […]

Tobias Hutzler photographs a changing Mumbai for Bloomberg Markets magazine

Tobias Hutzler recently traveled to India to shoot a feature for Bloomberg Markets called “Counting Cranes in Mumbai,” which explores how “new buildings rising in India’s biggest city point to the country’s outsize economic promise—and frame its continuing challenges.” Read the story here.

Tobias Hutzler photographs Japanese architectural firm SANAA’s stunning River building for Fast Company

The River building—home to Grace Community Church and the not-for-profit Grace Farms Foundation—is an 83,000-square-foot, 1,400-foot-long structure dreamed up by Japanese architectural firm SANAA. Set on a nature preserve in New Canaan, Connecticut, it boasts a winding shape inspired by the shape of a flowing river. For its new issue, Fast Company asked Tobias Hutzler […]

Tobias Hutzler photographs the Jeep Wrangler Red Rock for the cover of Men’s Journal

Sony Music commissions Tobias Hutzler to create conceptual portraits of Grammy-nominated electronic music producer and singer Zhu

  Sony Music recently asked Tobias Hutzler, who’s known for his compelling photographic experiments with light, to create imagery for the immensely popular but very mysterious electronic music artist Zhu, whose released a new EP, Genesis, last month. “They wanted me to translate his music into color and light,” explains Tobias, who photographed Zhu in […]

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