Armin Linke's Biography
Armin Linke is an Italian photographer, filmmaker, and researcher based in Berlin. He is known for his photographs of architecture, industry, and the environment, often combining documentary and art practices. His work, which focuses on the relationship between humans and the environment, has been exhibited in numerous museums and galleries around the world. He is particularly known for his exploration of the anthropocene, or the current geological epoch, which is characterized by human activity as the dominant influence on climate and the environment. Linke received his diploma in photography from the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan in 1994. Since then, he has collaborated with art institutions and universities, including the Fondazione Antonio Ratti in Como, Harvard University, and the Guggenheim Museum. He has also been awarded numerous prizes, including the Premio Internazionale di Fotografia in 2009.