Peter Lindbergh is one of the worlds most influential contemporary photographers and his vision is carried through to his commercial work. His work redefines the standards of beauty with a humanist approach and timeless imagery.
Over the years, Lindbergh has created images that marked the history of photography, characterized by the minimalist approach of post-modernist photography. Lindbergh has worked with the most prestigious fashion brands and magazines since the late 1970’s, including international editions of Vogue, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar US, Wall Street Journal Magazine, The Face, Visionaire, Interview and W.
He has directed numerous commercials and branded films for some of the worlds top brands, such as L’Oréal, Diane Von Furstenberg, Vogue, and Chanel.
Lindbergh has directed a number of critically acclaimed films and documentaries: Models, The Film (1991); Inner VoIces (1999) which won the Best Documentary Prize at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in 2000; Pina Bausch, der Fensterputzer (2001) and Everywhere At Once (2007), which was narrated by Jeanne Moreau and presented at the Cannes and Tribeca Film Festivals.
His work is part of the permanent collections of many Fine Arts museums around the world and has also been shown in prestigious museums and galleries.
Lindbergh currently lives between Paris, Arles and New York and he has a great sense of humor.