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Yana K., Platinum Print / Portrait | Fotografie von Fotograf Jan C Schlegel ★6 | STRKNG

Yana K., Platinum Print - © Jan C Schlegel


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Black Octopus, Platinum Print / Schwarz-weiss | Fotografie von Fotograf Jan C Schlegel ★6 | STRKNG

Black Octopus, Platinum Print - © Jan C Schlegel


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Sea Hose, Platinum Print / Fine Art | Fotografie von Fotograf Jan C Schlegel ★6 | STRKNG

Sea Hose, Platinum Print - © Jan C Schlegel


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Kalsh Tribe, Pakistan, Essence Series / Portrait | Fotografie von Fotograf Jan C Schlegel ★6 | STRKNG

Kalsh Tribe, Pakistan, Essence Series - © Jan C Schlegel


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Nale, Suri Tribe Ethiopia, Essence Series / Portrait | Fotografie von Fotograf Jan C Schlegel ★6 | STRKNG

Nale, Suri Tribe Ethiopia, Essence Series - © Jan C Schlegel


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Aliyah #1, Platinum Print / Portrait | Fotografie von Fotograf Jan C Schlegel ★6 | STRKNG

Aliyah #1, Platinum Print - © Jan C Schlegel


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Gleb P. / Portrait | Fotografie von Fotograf Jan C Schlegel ★6 | STRKNG

Gleb P. - © Jan C Schlegel


Tatyana C. / Portrait | Fotografie von Fotograf Jan C Schlegel ★6 | STRKNG

Tatyana C. - © Jan C Schlegel


Mabruko, Beduine Tribe, Egypt / Portrait | Fotografie von Fotograf Jan C Schlegel ★6 | STRKNG

Mabruko, Beduine Tribe, Egypt - © Jan C Schlegel


09.01.2019 08:10 

Polina

Platinum Print, limited edition of 5
from the series "Muses - a homage on Auguste Rodin"
Analog 4x5 Negative



Jan C Schlegel


Kontakt


Jan C. Schlegel was born in 1965 in the Black Forest of Germany. He is married and has three children. He discovered his passion for photography at the age of 14 with in the scope of a Photo course at school. For his first own camera, the reflex camera Minolta XG9, the 14 year-old saved long. As winner of a AGFA photo competition with focus on portraits, Schlegel took part in a seminar by the photographer Walter Schels in the Staatslehranstalt für Photographie in Munich. Under Walter Schel’s influence Jan C. Schlegel began to ascertain his fervor for black-and-white portraits. Toni Schneiders, a distant neighbor of Schlegel, became the second important mentor for the young photographer. After a two and a half year long apprenticeship at Lake Bodensee Schlegel was a professionally trained photographer by the age of 18. Schlegel works for the University of the Nations. He teaches courses in photography and takes students through Africa and Asia, mentoring them as they discover their own way of seeing. Since 2011 he is represented by Bernheimer (Munich & Lucerne) and Gallery 51 (Antwerp) and has been shown with great success on art fairs in London and Paris.