In this portrait of St Paul’s Cathedral, photographer Celia Rogge captures a heartbeat of architecture through reflections and the transformative power of light.
W 72”/183cm H 48”/122cm, Edition of 8
W 40"/102cm H 27”/69cm, Edition of 12
German-born photographer Celia Rogge currently calls New York home. In just over a decade of living and working stateside, she has parlayed her eye for distinctive imagery of architecture and more into a significant international reputation. Recently, her images contributed to an exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York. Galerie Mourlot in New York represents her nationally. She also shows her work regularly at leading galleries in Berlin and Bremen.