Date: 15/gener/2024 Category:

Christiane von Enzberg was born in Freiburg, Germany, in 1969, and grew up in the Danube  Valley, where she lived until 1991. At the age of 21, she moved to the lively post-unification  Berlin, where she pursued studies in photography at the Lette-Verein. Since 2002, she has been  based in Barcelona, where she works on commissioned projects for national and international  media, while also engaging in long-term personal projects exploring the connections between  people, nature, places, and a sense of belonging. Her work has been published in prominent  magazines such as Der Spiegel, Die Zeit, NZZ, among others. 

Additionally, she teaches digital photography at the UAB, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona,  and is involved in the study of viticulture and enology. 


2022 ‚Premi Vi Català‘ at Mostfestival, Wine International Film Festival for the film „Raw Wine“ 2016 PX3 Prix de la Photographie Paris 2016, Category ‚Professionals‘, Honorable Mention 2016 Moscow International Foto Award 2016, Category ‚People-Children‘, Honorable Mention 2015/16 Fine Art Photography Award 2016, Category ‚People‘, Finalist 

2015/16 Fine Art Photography Award 2016, Category ‚Photomanipulation‘, Honorable Mention 


2018 „Flashback Paradies“, Sala Oxford, Zumaia, Spain 

2017 „Flashback Paradies“, Galerie der Stadt Tuttlingen, Tuttlingen, Germany 2016 „hautnah!“, Goethe-Insitut Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain 

2001 „Tauchreflex“, Galerie Schautankstelle, Berlin, Germany 


2014 Tiempo, Denbora , „hautnah!“, GETXO PHOTO, Foto Festival, Getxo, Spain 2013 Jahresausstellung 2014, „Mini Heroes“, Galerie der Stadt Tuttlingen, Tuttlingen, Germany 2009 ‘Proyecto OFNI 2.0’, „Monsters“, Valid Foto Galerie, Barcelona, Spain 2003 Agentur Mamma-Team, „Ich bin Christopher Columbus, von der Einzigartigkeit   Kind zu sein“, Mamma -Team Agentur, Barcelona, Spain 

2002 Festival „Periferia“, „Niños illegales“, Huesca, Spain 

2001 Junge Fotografie: Focus Berlin, „Tauchreflex“, Marienpark, Stuttgart, Germany



In my photographic works, the focus is on the human being. Captured in its microcosm on free, revealed terrain. My portraits and scene compositions go beyond the mere depiction, delve beneath the surface, revealing hidden layers in a surprising yet always sensitive manner, and emphasize the uniqueness of each individual. With empathy, I aim to capture the intimate moments of vulnerability when people drop their masks. The series „Flashback Paradise“ depicts people at the beach, unveiling their intricacies
and unapproachabilities, their desires, and values. People act free from constraints, detached and light, on a stage of sand, in the spotlight of the sun, in a new universe. Each of my scenes establishes a connection between the person and their personal history with
the sensual landscape that surrounds them, prompting the question: What if paradise is less of a place and more about the lightness of being?