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Axel Hütte is a German photographer.

Alex Hütte
Born 1951
Essen
Nationality German
Education Düsseldorf School of Photography
Known for photography
Movement landscape, cityscape

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BiographyEdit

Hütte was born in the German city of Essen in 1951. He studied photography in Düsseldorf Art Academy from 1973 to 1981, attending Bernd Becher’s class.[1] He received a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service to study in London and in 1985 a scholarship to study at the German Study Center in the Palazzo Barbarigo della Terrazza in Venice. From 1986 to 1988 he was the recipient of a Karl Schmidt-Rottluff scholarship.

In 1993, Hütte received the Hermann Claasen Prize for Creative Photography. Since then, he has been working as a freelance photographer. He shares a studio with Andreas Gursky and Thomas Ruff. He is considered one of five main representatives of the Düsseldorf School of Photography.[2]

PublicationsEdit

  • As Dark As Light. Schirmer/Mosel Verlag. 2001. ISBN 978-388-814929-0.
  • Terra Incognita. Reina Sofia. 2004. ISBN 978-848-026217-0.
  • Axel Hütte speaks with Stephan Berg. La Fábrica Editorial and Fundación Telefónica. 2009. ISBN 978-849-249889-5.
  • Towards the Wood. Schirmer/Mosel Verlag. 2011. ISBN 978-382-960515-1.

ExhibitionsEdit

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CollectionsEdit

Hütte's work is held in the following permanent public collections:[12]

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