About

Andreas Pöschek

Andreas Pöschek works as reportage photographer. He turns attention to small details of daily life and tries to let the viewer take a new point of observation of ordinary things by looking at the photographs. His photographic career started in 1996 as he get supported by the viennese photographer Peter Kubelka. Andreas Pöschek developed his own style of view and project this into his pictures. Andreas Pöschek studied Hungarian cultural and media sciences as well as computer science in Vienna and Debrecen (Hungary). (Magister, Master's degree) Research stays in Berlin and Budapest followed.

Exhibitions

In 1999 Andreas Pöschek begin to show his photographic works in his own exhibitions by wide response of the audience. Publications of his Photographs in international magazines and books followed.

International Achievements

Andreas Pöschek get corroborated by photography at achieving the first place in outdoor photography at the 5. Interntional occupation skill-contest Abilympics in Prague 2000. He wons gold as Austrian participant in photography. His success continued at the 6. International Abilympics in New Delhi in India 2003 when he attained the second place in studio-portrait photography and at the 8. International Abilympics in Seoul, South Korea 2011 when he won the second place (silver) again.

Publications / Clients

arte TV, Chic Lifestylemagazine, arte Magazine (Print) France // Merian, TRAVEL HOUSE MEDIA GmbH, Germany // Federal Economic Chamber of Austria // Austrian Accident Insurance Agency // Laurence King Publishing, London // CITY magazine, New York // Die Presse, Austria // Austrian Broadcasting ORF // Municipal Authority of Vienna // ArgeKultur Salzburg // Wien Energie Holding, Vienna // Echo Medienhaus, Vienna // AzW Architecture Center Vienna // Schöffling Verlag, Germany // Macs Magazine // Peter Schmidt Group, Germany // Si Style Verlag // University of music and performing arts, Vienna // Faculty of Humanities, University Vienna, // OEIUS Österreichisches Institut für Ungarische Studien //