Martin Tscholl has been studying fine art photography at Ostkreuzschule Berlin at the seminar Ludwig Rauch. He holds an M.A. in Visual Anthropology and is a research associate at the Natural History Museum in Berlin where he conducts research about cultural perception of nature and works in environmental communication.
"In Terrain Martin Tscholl re-frames our view of nature, which consists of endless interrelations between phenomena. Structure is imposed through photography to reconnect these elusive and separated entities. The work question our own assumptions and experiences of nature in both a play-off and order of two (or more) images."
- Bruun Rasmussen, Auctioneers of Fine Art, Copenhagen, Denmark -
Awards & Nominations
2020 International Photography Festival FestFoto, Porto Alegre: Finalist
2020 Aesthetica Art Prize: Longlist
2019 Emergentes 2019 - International Photography Award Encontros da Imagem, Braga: Finalist
2019 International Photography Grant - Category Landscape: Nominee
2019 Barcelona International Photography Awards : Nominee
2019 Athen Photofestival: Shortlist
2019 Fine Art Photography Award - Category Landscape: Nominee
2019 The Independent Photographer - Color Photography Award 2019: Winner - 3rd Prize
2020 Group exhibition "International Photography Festival FestFoto", Ibere Camargo Museum, Porto Alegre (Upcoming)
2020 Group exhibition "International Photography Festival Encontros Da Imagem", Braga (Upcoming)
2019 Group exhibition "The Independent Photographer, Talents Of The Year 2019", CLB Gallery, Berlin
2019 Group exhibition "The Independent Photographer, Talents Of The Year 2019", Fifty dots Gallery - Barcelona
2019 Group exhibition "The Censored Exhibition" at Copenhagen Photo Festival
2019 Group exhibition "Suche nach Schönheit" at Fotofestival Lenzburg
2019 Group exhibition "Abstract" at The SE Center for Photography
2019 Group exhibition "Vom Kopf zum Bild und zurück" at Kunstquartier Bethanien, Berlin.
2018 Group exhibition "Die Unwiderlegbarkeit der Behauptung" at Torstrasse 111 - Forum für zeitgenössische Kunst, Berlin.