Guido Steenkamp

Born in West Germany in 1973, Guido Steenkamp has been working in Berlin for the last 20 years. Guido Steenkamp got into Street Photography about 11 years ago.
  • “Guido Steenkamp‘s street photography concentrates on the symmetry of life, each picture not only beautifully composed but full of extraordinary geometric juxtapositions. It is the work of an artist with a keen eye for detail, who works in the present, who is drawn to the balance of life and the humour that can be derived from it. Street photographers come in all guises, with their own aesthetic, sensibility and natural affinity for particular aspects of everyday life. For Steenkamp this means elevating the ordinary to the artistic, the light, form and structure of each picture creating a sense of cinematic brilliance that offers us a different view, an alternative look at the world around us. The seemingly mundane turned into a special moment, given a clarity that would otherwise be forgotten.” 
  • "A man of many cities, Guido Steenkamp is another photographer specializing in urban photography, capturing the heart and soul of Berlin, Germany and Vienna Austria along with New York City."
  • "The Berlin based photographer Guido Steenkamp is one of the well known street photographers in Germany."
  • "When one likes Black & White Street Photography, it is very hard to resist loving Guido Steenkamp. Those Stunning play of light and shadows, with a great artistic composition is very hard to resist. He does shoot in color too, which is provoking as well. Born in Germany, he has been working in Berlin for the last 13 years."
  • "Tolle Inspirationen bieten uns die Street-Fotografen Guido Steenkamp und Roman Tripler. Beiden gelingt es unglaublich gut, mit kleinen Ausschnitten der Wirklichkeit, ein Gefühl für das Große zu vermitteln."

2017 – Kinderrechte sind Menschenrechte: Stand, Perspektiven und Herausforderungen
2016 – Menschenrechtsbildung in der Grundschule: Eine empirische Bestandsaufnahme in Berlin und Niedersachsen
2012 – ‘LFI Leica Magazine’ with a 2 pages feature
2012 – ‘Berlin Fashion Week Magazine’ with a 4 pages feature
2011 – Samsung NX200 campaign (both print and online)
2010 – DAS MAGAZIN ‘Berlin Neukölln’
2010 – MOMENT Magazine, Peru
2008 – ‘Zur Entwicklung von amnesty international (ai) in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland’
2007 – ‘Basiswissen Fotografie: Farbe’ by Phil Malpas, ADDISON-WESLEY
2007 – JPG Magazine, Issue 10
2006 – Deutsches Ärzteblatt 103, Ausgabe 41
2005 – ‘Photography in Malaysia’
2017 Pasinger Fabrik Munich – Group Exhibition
2017 „Ein Tag in Berlin“ Fotogalerie Friedrichshain – Group Exhibition
2017 Observations 2017 Iserlohn – Group Exhibition
2012 Fascination Street – S2R Group Exhibition / Vienna Anzenberger Gallery
2011 Seconds2Real group exhibition in Berlin / MEINBLAU Kunsthaus
2011 Galerie Hertz, Louisville – contemporary street photography / Louisville Photography Biennial
2011 Seconds2Real group exhibition in the context of the Look11 Photography Festival, Liverpool
2009 Fenster61 solo exhibition