Reinhard GORNER

(Leipzig 1950 -)


Reinhard works with large-format cameras, both digital and analogue. He has developed a language capable of telling new stories. He continually works to refine a pictorial idiom, the stories he wants to tell, the feelings he convey. This is visible in his pictures; Landscape and architecture are his principal areas of interest. The travels associated with his projects and places call for concentration, for the ability to get to grips with history, knowledge and people.
Reinhard is fascinated by typology and record the heritage of both the cultural and industrial past. His influence has beared upon a generation of documentary photographers: including Andreas Gursky, Candida Höfer, Thomas Ruff, Thomas Struth and Reinhard Görner.
His series on the vanished architecture of the past and its appearance in our own times come across just as vividly as the craziness of today’s societies that his images depict. His pictures convey both width and intimacy, and depth and mystery.


Art Central Hong Kong

Berlin, Kunstsalon Europa
Art Hamptons
Scope Basel & Miami
Los Angeles Art Show
Affordable Art Fair New York
London, Envie d’Art
Paris, K+Y gallery
Kronberg, Galerie Paul Sties
New York City, Hamburg Kennedy Photographs

Scope Basel & Miami
LA Art show
Art Hamptons
London, Envie d’Art
Paris, K+Y & Envie d’Art
New York City, Hamburg Kennedy Photographs

Paris, K+Y gallery
London, Envie d’Art

Paris, K+Y gallery
London, Envie d’Art

Fotofever Art Fair, Paris, galerie Hamburg Kennedy
Scope Basel
Paris, K+Y gallery
London, Envie d'Art gallery
AAF New York

Reinhard Görner, Architekturfotografie, Galerie Paul Sties, Kronberg/Taunus
London, Envie d'Art

Arturimages, Wissenschaftspark, "Erhabene Räume", Galerie LUMAS à Cologne, Berlin, Frankfort

Architekurfotografie, AMJ Design Interiors, Berlin

‘Deutschland in Japan’, Gallery B and C, Tokyo, Japon

‘Bait Canteen’, Origin Gallery, Dublin, Scope Art Basel