André Lichtenberg (b.1964 - Brazil), currently lives and works in UK.
Lichtenberg is a fine art photographer (with a scientific background). His projects investigate childhood patterns and memories in connection with studies of the environment and architecture. His images are carefully constructed using techniques that fluctuate between science and art. André collaborates with publications such as the Sunday Times magazine, London and Le Monde, Paris. His current project, Within Series II, which created monumental constructed aerial cityscapes of London, New York, Paris & Sao Paulo, has been awarded a couple of grants by the Arts Council England.
Andre's images have been the recipient of several international Prizes & Awards (Aesthetica Art Prize, Renaissance Photography Prize and AOP Awards, to name a few) and exhibited in prestigious art spaces, including: Museu da Republica (Rio de Janeiro - Brazil), Centro Cultural Sao Paulo (Brazil), London Photographers Gallery & Barbican Centre (London).
Lichtenberg's works are held in numerous corporate and private art collections including the prestigious Joseph Cohen Family Collection in NY.
MA - Photographic Studies - University of Westminster (1995 to 1997) - London - UK
BSC (Hons) First class degree - Photographic & Electronic Imaging Science - University of Westminster (1991 to 1994)
BSC - Civil Engineering - PUCRS (1983 to 1986) - Porto Alegre - Brazil
AESTHETICA MAGAZINE - "Subjective Environments" - read here
HOLDEN LUNTZ GALLERY - "Dialogues With Great Photographers" - read here
PHOTOMONITOR UK - "Within Series: Illustrated Essay" - read here
GOLDEN CIRCLE - "Within Series: A short essay by Camilla Zervoglos" - read here