in focus gallery - since 1990

The in focus gallery was founded in 1990 und shows photography in its whole range, classic journalistic-, portrait-, staged-, concept-, nude- and architecture photography (vintage and later prints) from 1945 up to today.
In five exhibitions per year, the gallery presents acclaimed photograpers as well as young talents. The gallery regularly participates in art fairs. Last participation was in 2016 at artKarlsruhe.
The gallery has mounted over 150 exhibitions and published more than a dozen books and catalogs.

Since its inception over 25 years ago, in focus Gallery has built a vast and ever-changing collection of some of the most important photographs in the medium. (Bruce Davidson, René Groebli, Arnold Newman, Thomas Hoepker, Marc Riboud, Willy Ronis, Franco Fontana, Jan Saudek, Greg Gorman, Frank Horvat, Arno Rafael Minkkinen, William Ropp, Elliott Erwitt, Abe Frajndlich, Gilbert Garcin, Floris M. Neusüss, F. C. Gundlach, Heinrich Heidersberger)

Active cooperations are maintained with a number of institutions, museums and partner galleries.
In addition to the gallery exhibitions, the work of the gallery includes long-term consulting for collections, curating and arranging exhibitions in collaboration with international institutions as well as publishing monographs and catalogues. 

The foremost commitment of in focus gallery is to extend an awareness of and appreciation for fine art photography.

From all our artists you find some images as examples on the > photographers page. You are cordially invited to visit the gallery to see more photographs.

With this artist's work, we always quote prices net of German sales tax (MWSt. / VAT). Where applicable, VAT is added as part of the checkout process. VAT is only due on sales to customers in Germany and other European Union (EU) member states. The current rate of VAT is 19%. So where we ship this photograph to customers in the USA or other countries outside the EU (like Canada, Japan, Australia, Switzerland, Norway, Jersey etc ) there are no extra German taxes to add, and the price you see is the final price for the photograph. Any local import taxes are your responsibility. In many territories (eg the USA) there are no local import taxes on works of art.