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Andreas Horvath was born in 1968 to the family of an architect in Salzburg, Austria. His interest in fine art photography was nurtured by the American nude photographer Ernestine Ruben. Starting with a workshop in Salzburg in 1986, their relationship gradually developed. Andreas Horvath has worked with her on several occasions throughout the years, in Europe as well as America.

Ever since his High School days, when he was an exchange student in Iowa, Andreas Horvath has been fascinated with rural America. After an education at a Viennese photo school he travelled to the United States to work on a book about the Mid-West. His series “Cowboys and Indians" was published in 1993 and received excellent reviews including Richard Avedon´s praise.

Another project of Andreas Horvath - still unpublished - is East Siberia, where he has spent several months, portraying the Republic of Jacutia.

In Salzburg Andreas Horvath runs a studio and portrays people of the art scene. Besides photography, film has always been a point of interest for him. His filmography includes commercials for the cinema, as well as experimental short films.

For his projects Andreas Horvath has been awarded various grants. His work has been published in magazines and books and has been shown at solo and group exhibitions. He has taught photography at summer academies and at a Multimedia Art school in Salzburg.



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    Standard C-Print (Unmounted)

  • 120 x 180 centimeters (approx. 4'x6') = $2.000
  • 60 x 90 centimeters (approx. 2'x3') = 1,000

    Standard C-Print (Mounted behind plexiglass)

  • 120 x 180 centimeters = 2,500
  • 60 x 90 centimeters = 1,300

    Standard C-Print (Mounted on an aluminium plate, the surface of the print is covered with a UV-resistant plastic film)

  • 120 x 180 centimeters = 2,300
  • 60 x 90 centimeters = 1,200

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