September 2016

Group exhibition "Angekommen. Das lange Warten."
Vertretung des Landes Rheinland-Pfalz in Berlin
In den Ministergärten

April / May 2016

Atelier + Kantine in Dömitz: "Weggehen. Ankommen.
Flucht + Aufbruch in Europa"
Photos from my series: "Angekommen. Das lange Warten."
(Berlin, LAGESO)

April 2016

To protect the elephants in Kenya:
"The vision of the warrior".

Alverde magazine // a tempo / in every dm drugstore in Germany

February / March 2016

FREELENS Gallery in Hamburg: "Bitte warten..."
Photos from my series: "Angekommen. Das lange Warten." (Berlin, LAGESO)
Group exhibition about refugees


A tempo magazine "Großväterchen Pope", Pater Ivans Arche,
Project in Bulgaria,
together with Claus-Peter Lieckfeld (author).

"Kunst am Ammersee" with the photographer
Date: 11th of december,
Event: film, lecture and photographs

A tempo magazine...
"Kunst am Ammersee"

November 2015

Kenya on assignment

April/June 2015

Exhibition at Gallery LISTROS, Berlin, Germany
“Day by Day – in Kambaland”
Dates: April 30th to June 11th
Vernissage: April 30th, 8 pm

January 2015

Johannesburg, South Africa

October 2014

Fotoistanbul Festival in Istanbul and work in Bulgaria

September 2014

Andrea moved to Berlin, Germany

July/August 2014

Work in Istanbul. And German magazine PHOTONEWS published a comprehensive report about my work. View PDF version here.

May 2014

Teaching at a Photo Workshop in Istanbul, together with my colleague Claudia Wiens

April 2014

Swaziland on assignment

March 2014

GEO magazine 4/2014 published "Menschenkinder". See Kenya work in the portfolio section

December 2013

Work at the Robert Bosch Foundation, Germany, jury member of the "border crossing" program

November 2013

Kindernothilfe Media Award 2nd place together with A. Gardiner for the work "The Brave Children of Kampala", in the categories of "Children’s Jury" and "Childrens Rights in One World"

October 2013

Kenya on assignment


The vision of the warrior

Angekommen. Das lange Warten


A day at school for Francis Mutia

A Family Story


A new home – An Orphanage

The Brave children of Kampala

People and their stories in turkey

Eastwards - Turkey

In transition

Roses for europe



In the book ISTANBULUM Andrea concentrates on people's everyday lives, exploring especially the ways in which modern lifestyle coexists with traditional Islamic culture.

In many cases, on second glance the photographs bring to mind other images that reveal a deeper meaning therefore raise questions about politics and society.

Photographer Andrea Künzig
Text Oya Baydar and Réka Gulyás

Read review here
Another one here

30 x 23 cm
62 color ills., 128 pages

ISBN 978-3-86828-183-5
Kehrer Verlag

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Visions: Palestine

In this book Andrea has tried to portray the everyday life of Palestinian and Israelian people over a time period of 10 years from 1994 to 2004.

These images are a symbolic reflection of the hopes and feelings of the Palestinian people during peace efforts and armed conflict. Andrea lived in Jerusalem between 1994 and 1997, and the title of this book implies her hope for two independent states at peace.

Photographer Andrea Künzig
Text Udo Steinbach

30 x 23,8 cm
136 pages

ISBN 978-3-936636-07-9
Kehrer Verlag

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Selected outtakes

GEO Theme Special

GEO Menschenkinder

11 Freunde




Andrea’s work has been published in numerous magazines and papers, including; Amnesty International, BMZ, 11 Freunde, Chrismon, Le Monde, Brigitte, Brigitte Woman, ZEIT Magazine, Annabelle, Marie-Claire, Elsevier, Die ZEIT, Focus, LFI, FAZ, Time Out, PHOTO World, Der Spiegel, GEO, GEOlino, Greenpeace magazine, MISSIO, National Geographic Traveller, taz, terres des femmes, TIME Magazine, Tomorrow Focus



"Angekommen. Das lange Warten."
Vertretung des Landes Rheinland-Pfalz in Berlin,
In den Ministergärten, Berlin, Germany
Group exhibitions at FREELENS Gallery, Hamburg, Germnany
Atelier + Kantine, Dömitz, Germany


"Angekommen. Das lange Warten."
Group exhibitions at FREELENS Gallery,
Hamburg, Germany
+ Atelier + Kantine,
Dömitz, Germany


"Day by Day - in Kambaland"
Gallery LISTROS,
Berlin, Germany

2013 & 2012

"Turkish/German People and their stories in turkey"
in Turkey with the Cultural department of the German Embassy.
Travelling exhibition through Turkey
(Ankara, Antalya, Istanbul, Izmir, ...)


Art gallery together with the Goethe Institute
Istanbul, Turkey


African Football: "Focus on background"
Kunstleben, Hamburg, Germany


"Borderland/Promised Land"
Art Landing, Aschaffenburg & Römer 9, Frankfurt, Germany

"The Germans and their National Symbols"
Haus der Geschichte, Bonn, Germany


"Exhibition against FGM"
Terre des Femmes
Germany, Switzerland


"Promised Land"
Art Landing, Aschaffenburg, Germany

"Il corpo imprigionato, African Images"
Cross-Cultural Center, Torino, Italy


"Visions : Palestine"
Gallery, Kingdom of Bahrain

"Asian Communities in Berlin"
lueckeundpartner, Berlin, Germany


"Millennium Development Goals 2015"
BICC, Bonn, Germany


"Promised Land"
Robert Morat Gallery, Hamburg, Germany

"Visions : Palestine"
Hamburg University, Germany


"Visions : Palestine"
Emerson Gallery, Berlin, Germany


Andrea Kuenzig received her degree in Political Science at the Free University Berlin. In 1994 she went to Jerusalem to document the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. This was followed by long stays in Israel, the Arab world and in Kenya (1994 to 1998). Much later, she attended a professional class in Photography by Prof. Arno Fischer in Berlin from 2001 to 2004.

Andrea undertakes documentary photography projects worldwide, focusing on political, social and humanitarian themes. Her clients are distinguished magazines and newspapers, including GEO, Time Magazine, The National Geographic Traveller, Deutsche Welle and Die ZEIT as well as NGOs, such as the German Foundation for World Population, SOS Children's Village, Terre des Femmes and UNDP.

She has received several awards and grants for her photographic work, most recently a media prize from “Kindernothilfe” on the theme: "The brave children of Kampala" (2013). She has received two “VG Bild Art” scholarships from Germany, and from 2012 to 2014 she worked at the Robert Bosch Foundation as a Jury member on the "border crossing" program.

Andrea has published two books: " Visions: Palestine", 2004 and "Istanbulum”, 2010.

Awards & Grants


Kindernothilfe Media Award
2nd place, together with the writer A. Gardiner
"The brave children of Kampala"
"Children rights in One World"


European Journalist Award for Excellence in Journalism
for a photo essay about Ethiopian women suffering from fistulas
World Population Foundation, Amsterdam

Prize for an African Football essay
in Dokfünf photo competition


Photojournalism Prize
for a story about "World Population" for DSW


Grant from the cultural foundation of VG Bild-Kunst
for the Turkey Project


Grant from the cultural foundation of VG Bild-Kunst
for the Israel/Palestine Project

Prize from the AUP for Photography
for "Visions : Palestine"


Nominated by UNICEF as international children's photographer of the year


Andrea Kuenzig Photography

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