Michael Werner was born in Hanau, Germany. he commenced study in Graphic-Design at SgD Darmstadt under Prof. Müller-Linow.
The group show, „Das Magische Quadrat“, (The Magic Square) which he organized and curated, lead to the awarding of a grant from the Hessische Kulturstiftung (Cultural Art Foundation of the State of Hesse) allowing Michael to work and live in their studio in New York City during the summer months of 2000.
In 2003, again in the role of artist, organizer and curator, Michael collaborated with the GCCES - Goethe Center for Central European Studies and the Rice University in Houston /Texas to produce the group show „Hessen to Houston“ at the Rice University.
In 2004, Michael made his first visit to Australia and in 2005 commenced living and working part time in Sydney and Frankfurt, Germany.
He is currently living in Frankfurt-Hanau and continuing work on several evolving series.
In 2009 he was selected for inclusion in “The Collector’s Guide to Emerging Art Photography, published by Humble Arts Foundation, New York.
His work has been exhibited internationally and is included in several private and public collections, such as the Museum Hanau, Germany or Michael Steinberg Fine Art, New York and published in many catalogues to the exhibitions.
Michael is also the founder and editor in chief of Two Way Lens - Interviews with contemporary photographers
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