Jörg Brüggemann, Vashisht
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Jörg Brüggemann

Vashisht, Kullu Valley, Himachal Pradesh, India, August 2007
From the Same Same But Different series
Website - JoergBrueggemann.com

Jörg Brüggemann finished his photography studies at the University of the Arts Bremen in 2008. He was acclaimed the BFF Promotion Prize 2009, Top 25 CENTER's Project Competition 2009 and finalist at the Magnum Expression Award 2009 for his diploma project Same Same But Different. Since 2009 he is member at OSTKREUZ - The Photographer's Agency. His work has been featured in in magazine and blogs like ZEIT Magazin, Le Monde 2, The Sunday Times Magazine and TIME LightBox.

Posted on Tuesday, September 14, 2010.
Editor's Note: This photo appears in HIJACKED, Vol. 2 — Germany + Australia »

 

 

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