Hans Berger is active/lives in Italy, Germany. Hans Berger is known for world-religion and floral themed photography, teaching, lecturing.
Hans Georg Berger is a photographer and writer. He was born in 1951 in Trier, Germany, and he
presently divides his time between Italy, Germany, Iran, Bangkok and Luang Prabang, Laos. Berger studied comparative religion and drama in Germany and the United States. In 1975 he collaborated for the first time with the German artist Joseph Beuys, whose art and political ideas would greatly influence his conception of photography. Another important artistic influence was the French writer, photographer and film-maker Hervé Guibert whom he photographed for 12 years.
Since 1988, Hans Georg Berger produced a series of long-term photography projects involving world religions, including Theravada Buddhism in Burma, Thailand, Cambodia and Lao ... Displaying 750 of 4247 characters.