Brooklyn, NY, USA
This is a series about fathers and sons from different parts of the US, from different cultural, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds, and in different stages of their relationship.
Dirk Anschütz is a New York based photographer. He was born and grew up in
Germany. He moved to the US when he was 22.
His work has been published in magazines such as Time, Fortune, Money, ESPN, Stern, and Der Spiegel, and his commercial clients include Mini Cooper, BMW, Adidas, Merck and Bravo.
Besides having been in several group shows in the US, Anschütz had solo exhibitions at the Theatre and Arts Center in Bloomington, MN, at the University of Minnesota (2014), at the Phipps Art Center in Hudson, WI (2013), at Photoville Brooklyn (2013), at the DUMBO Arts Festival in Brooklyn (2012), The German House at NYU in New York (2011) and at Intermedia Arts Gallery in Minneapolis (2011).
His work was shown on the Fence at Photoville in Brooklyn (2012), at the Slideluck Potshow during the New York Photo Festival (2010), at the Slideluck Bikeshow (2012), on aCurator.com, and several times on PDN Photo of the Day.
He received a Brooklyn Arts Council Grant 2012.
Dirk Anschütz’ awards include the PDN Photography Annual 2012, the American Photography Annual #19, #27, and #31, an International Photography Award 2010 (second place), an ASMP Images Award 2009 (third place), and an AltPick Award 2004 (first place).
He also won seven championships with his amateur soccer team, the Grand Street Wanderers.
He lives in Red Hook, Brooklyn with his son and his fiancée.
2018 - Center Santa Fe, Producer's Choice Award, 2017 - American Photography 31, 2013 - American Photography 27, 2012 - PDN Photo Annual, 2012 - Brooklyn Arts Council Grant, 2010 - International Photography Award (2nd place), 2009 - ASMP Images Award, 2004 - Alt Pick Award, 2003 - American Photography 19