News & Updates

  • DCCP

    Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography

    Partial Architectures has been included in DCCP’s New Directions Program!

    - DCCP
  • Aint-Bad

    Aint-Bad Magazine

    Weighing the Rain: Travelogue has been highlighted by Aint-Bad Magazine!

    - Aint-Bad
  • Flash Forward Boston

    Flash Forward Boston

    An image from I’m in the Wrong Film will be installed on the exterior of the Water Taxi at the Flash Forward Festival in Boston. May 1-4, 2014

    - Flash Forward Boston
  • LensCulture

    LensCulture 2014 Portrait Awards

    My series Weighing the Rain: Portraits was one of the 31 finalists in the LensCulture Portrait Awards. The selection represents work from 17 countries that explores a wide range of contemporary portraiture.

    - LensCulture
  • State of Emergency

    State of Emergency

    My video Border Town is included in the “State of Emergency” screening at Davidson College. The screening runs in conjunction with an exhibition of the same title, presenting contemporary visualizations of disaster. Feb 20, 2014

    - State of Emergency
  • CEPA

    CEPA 12th Biennial Photography Auction

    A print from the series I’m in the Wrong Film is included in a benefit auction for CEPA Gallery in Buffalo, NY. April 26, 2014

    - CEPA


Hans Gindlesberger is an artist and educator currently based in Virginia. His practice examines how contemporary society constructs and represents concepts of place, where the photographic image plays a central role. Gindlesberger’s projects engage a range of photographic traditions and thinking in exploring our psychological relationship to simulated and actual places.

Since earning his MFA in Photography from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 2006, his projects in photo, video, and installation have been exhibited widely. Currently, Gindlesberger is Assistant Professor of Digital Imaging in the School of Visual Arts at Virginia Tech, a leading program in the intersection of arts and technology.   View CV