Damion Berger (b. 1978, London, UK) is a conceptual photographer living and working in New York and France. Operating between abstraction and conceptualism, Berger takes an unorthodox approach to analogue photography to record images that explore the mysterious and ineffable nature of reality, as well as provoking fundamental questions about the relationship of photography and time, that challenge our understanding of the medium as an objective and process-driven art form.
After beginning as a young assistant to fashion photographer Helmut Newton, Berger received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Parsons New School of Design, New York. Recent exhibitions include solo and group shows at The Hecksher Museum in New York, Lisa Sette Gallery in Arizona, The Haggerty Museum of Art in Milwaukee, The Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado, and the Photographic Center Northwest in Seattle.
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