Already at a young age, Alexander Glanz’s interest in photography was sparked. Initially intrigued by the technology, he made the first attempts with the equipment of his father and began to devote himself more and more to the matter. Photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Richard Avedon and Lucien Hervé inspired him to capture moments through photography both on his extensive travels and in everyday life and to characterize his style. Today he is mainly working in black and white and thereby has the claim to capture the emotions, strengths, weaknesses and impressions and the daily lives of the people in his portraits and to let the photographs tell their stories. At the same time, It is important for him to challenge the viewer so that he can interpret and evaluate the situations of the people shown by himself.
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