Martin Schoeller + People Magazine + Dolly Parton

Martin recently photographed singer-songwriter Dolly Parton for People Magazine. Martin recreates the feel of her 1986 PEOPLE cover, which also took place at Dollywood.

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Martin Schoeller Print + Broadcast for Southwest Airlines

For his third campaign with Southwest Airlines, Martin Schoeller partnered up with Austin-based GSD&M to shoot both broadcast and print.  With Southwest’s acquisition of AirTran now complete, the airline takes its place as the No. 2 carrier at the Atlanta airport. The campaign features real Atlanta-based Southwest employees.

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Martin Schoeller + Communication Arts

An interview with Martin Schoeller is now featured in the March 2015 issue of Communication Arts. In this article, Martin reflects on his early career, the portrait that started it all, and his approach to the craft.

“Immediately upon walking into Schoeller’s workspace, it’s evident he is in the midst of something remarkable. Every inch of the walls is pasted with images; even more are arranged on a posterboard in the corner. As I peruse the photographs, he explains that he is editing and sequencing his newest book, Portraits , which is a collection of the last fifteen years of his magazine photography. Eschewing the “big head” images that made him famous, Schoeller’s latest work is focused on his more conceptual portraits. A dizzying array of Hollywood stars, politicians, musicians and athletes, the images are unified by the boldness of Schoeller’s ideas and the strength of his compositions.”

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Martin Schoeller + Feature Shoot

Martin Schoeller recently did an interview with Feature Shoot about the portrait that launched his career, photographing celebrities and advice for emerging photographers.

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Martin Schoeller + Vanity Fair France + Angela Merkel

One of Martin Schoeller’s close-up images of Angela Merkel is now featured on the March issue of Vanity Fair France. Angela has been the leader of the Christian Democratic Union since 2000 and the Chancellor of Germany since 2005; the first woman to hold either office.

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Martin Schoeller + CWC Gallery + B.Z. Newspaper

German newspaper B.Z. recently released an article announcing that Martin’s Portraits exhibition is the most successful exhibition in history of CWC Gallery, with well over 20,000 visitors so far!

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Martin Schoeller + Lebron James + The Hollywood Reporter

For the latest cover of The Hollywood Reporter, Martin Schoeller photographed Lebron James. In this feature story, James discusses his Hollywood ambitions and an upcoming appearance in Judd Apatow and Amy Schumer’s feature Trainwreck. The article, which includes behind the scenes footage from Martin’s shoot, can be found here. 

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Martin Schoeller + Ken Weingart Art & Photography Blog Interview

Martin was recently interviewed by photographer Ken Weingart for his art and photography blog. Martin briefly discuses how he began his career along with the hard work and dedication it takes to be a professional photographer.

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Martin Schoeller + National Geographic + Kayapo Tribe

Martin Schoeller traveled to the plain islands of the Mato Grosso and Pará in Brazil to photograph the Kayapo tribe for National Geographic’s 2014 January cover. This cover, showing a young member of the Kayapo in the Amazon, was among those honored with a National Magazine Award for best photography.

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Martin Schoeller + New York Magazine + Larry David

Martin recently photographed Larry David for the newest cover of New York Magazine. The article talks about the new broadway play, Fish In The Dark, the new comedy written by and staring David.

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