Peter Funch is a Danish Photographer working internationally. He is currently based in Paris after having worked for more than a decade in New York.
SEE YOU, MARY FOUNDATION
POSSIBILITIES OF THE FUTURE, REALITIES FROM THE PAST
Peter, who studied photojournalism, sees photography as a tool for satisfying a deep curiosity about the world around him.
THE IMPERFECT ATLAS, PUBLISHED BY V1 GALLERY AND TBW BOOKS
He likes the reliability and trustworthiness of working in a documentary style, and loves to dive in deep on a project, bringing together storytelling with a perceptive social commentary and a cinematic visual language.
MELTDOWN, TRAVELLING EXHIBITION
WHEN YOU INVENT THE SHIP, YOU ALSO INVENT THE SHIPWRECK, BOOK PUBLISHED BY AT LAST BOOKS
Peter has held solo exhibitions worldwide and published several monographs. 'Babel Tales' and '42nd and Vanderbilt' focus on picturing routines and rituals in the public sphere in NYC.
For his award-winning '42nd and Vanderbilt' series, Peter photographed a NY street corner again and again over the course of nine years. Using an almost scientific approach, he was able to capture how, with the passage of time, anonymous individuals subtly aged and changed.
42nd AND VANDERBILT, BOOK PUBLISHED BY
Peter's stills combine technical perfection with a “romantic” approach, a touch of Nordic calmness and dry humor. He has worked on commissioned projects for international clients such as Sony, HSBC, Valextra and Whitney museum.
VALEXTRA, THE NOLO BAG
Peter’s body of work is not just documentary or street photography, landscape, or conceptual: it can be many things depending on how you interpret it.
WHEN YOU INVENT THE SHIP, YOU ALSO INVENT THE SHIPWRECK
For assignments, please contact:
✉ Emeis Deubel
[EMEIS DEUBEL Berlin]