Master Photographer of the 20th Century

Peter Bock-Schroeder’s story reads a bit like a movie; larger than life with plenty of plot twists. His pictures are episodes, narratives and stories of events. His genuine instinct, curiosity, and thirst for adventure led him to discover the world with his camera and record on film everything he considered relevant.

Native American Fishermen at Celilo Falls
Native American Fishermen at Celilo Falls

Photography communicates with people all over the world equally. It is a universal language that requires no translation.

Black Man offering grain
People of the Nile Valley, 1956

The art of photography can lead us to reflect on our own history. A great picture moves us, it makes us sigh. Find your personal favourite in this exclusive collection, managed by the photographer's son.

Photography is the story

Bock-Schroeder's passion for photography, his interest in politics and history and above all his humanity provide his pictures with a unique signature.


Bock-Schroeder NFT

Andy Warhol in a public phone booth photography mixed with digital art
Andy Warhol, NYC 1982

Andy Warhol was the highest-paid commercial illustrator in New York - even before he chose to create art for galleries and art collectors. His silkscreen images of Marilyn Monroe, the famous Campbell can and his banana swiftly became synonymous with Pop Art. The Bock-Schroeder Foundation pays tribute to Warhol in NFT format with a previously unpublished photo from the archive.


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A good photograph is one that communicates a fact, touches the heart and leaves the viewer a changed person for having seen it. It is, in a word, effective. - Irving Penn

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