Photo: Jo Glinka 

Awards & Mentions:

︎STERN Stipendium 2021

︎World Press Photo Award, 2nd Prize Category Environment Stories
︎FUTURES Talent 2020, Triennale der Fotografie Hamburg
︎follow up - Grant, Freundeskreis der Photographie
︎Sony World Photography Awards, Professional Environment category (shortlist)
︎Joop Swart Masterclass (nominee)
︎Kunststiftung NRW, Grand
︎Bartur Photoaward - Winner Judges Choice Student 
︎Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards (1st prize)
︎VG Bild­kunst Sti­pen­dium, Grant

︎IAFOR Documentary Photography Award, (2nd Place Winner)
︎College Photographer of the Year (silver) - Documentary Category
︎Felix Schoeller Emerging Photographer Award 2019 (winner)
︎BFF Förderpreis (award winner)
︎W. Eugene Smith Student Grant (nominated)
︎Voies OFF Award (nominated)
︎Kolga Award, best single picture (shortlisted)
︎selected for New York Times Portfolio Reviews
︎Kolga Award, best single picture (shortlisted)

︎selec­ted for Canon Mas­ter­class, Visa pour l’image, Per­pi­gnan

︎Felix Scho­el­ler Photo Award 2017, Best Emer­ging Pho­to­gra­pher (nominated)
︎Kolga Award 2017, best reportage (shortlited)
︎Kolga Award 2017, New­co­mer Award (finalist)
︎LuganoPhotoDays, mobile contest (nominated)

Maximilian Mann, born 1992, is a German photographer. He holds a BA in photography from the 'University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Dortmund’. Max is a documentary and portrait photographer who focuses on stories about society, social and ecological changes.
Max has been a winner of the World Press Photo Award (2020) and his work has been published in DIE ZEIT, Le Monde, Stern, Bloomberg, among others.

He is a founding member of DOCKS collective, represented by LAIF Agency and an appointed member of the DGPh.

Based in Dortmund and Cologne (Germany) and available for assignments 
+49 157 702 686 45


Publications (selected)

TIME Magazine,, Los Angeles Times, M Le magazine du Monde, Le Monde, ZEIT Magazin, DIE ZEIT, STERN, SPIEGEL, SPIEGEL Geschichte, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Brand Eins, Focus,, Zeit Online, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, Bloomberg Green, L'Espresso, Internazionale, The Globe and Mail, TAZ, Capital Magazin, Wirtschaftswoche, Manager Magazin,  11 Freunde, chrismon, Tagesspiegel, WePresent, DB Mobil, Asahi Shimbun Globe, STERN Gesund Leben, Marianne, trouw, Blockmagazin, WDR, RTL,, P3 Publico, NPR - National Public Radio, Lufthansa Woman World Magazin, Topos magazin, Photonews, Pellicola Magazin, Huck Magazine, Nido, Ostpol-Magazin, Kulturaustausch,  emerge–Magazin für jungen Fototjournalismus, FOTOGRAFPHIE, FotoRoom, EssPress, ProfiFoto, Fotomagazin

Exhibitions and screenings (selected):

︎”Fuck You Corona - fotografische Positionen zur Pandemie”, Wissenschaftspark Gelsenkirchen
︎”BEWEGTE KÖRPER” Kunsträume der Michael Horbach Stiftung Köln
︎”Die längste Nacht”, Brückstraße Dortmund
︎Odessa Photo Days, Odessa

︎World Press Photo ´20, Willy Brandt Haus Berlin
︎Vor Ort // Lumix Festival, Landesvertretung Niedersachen, Berlin
︎SELECTED WORKS: LUMIX FESTIVAL für jungen Bildjournalismus, f3 Galerie Berlin
︎Lumix Festival (Hanover)
︎World Press Photo ´20, De Nieuwe Kerk, Amsterdam
︎Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition, Somerset House, London
︎“Feature Shoot”, Aperture Gallery New York

︎“wandering home”, group exhibition, Hochschule Darmstadt
︎“INCONDITION“ group exhibition, Fotofestival f2, Dortmund
︎“Les rencontres de la photographie”, screening, Marrakech
︎Winners & Nominees - Felix Schoeller Award, Kulturgeschichtliches Museum Osnabrück
︎“Der neue BFF Förderpreis” group exhibition, Regierungspräsidium Karlsruhe
︎“DOCKS-encounters”, group exhibition, Künstlerhaus Dortmund
︎ ”wandering home“, group exhibition with Goethe Institut Amman
︎“Fading Flamignos”, screening, Rencontres d’Arles
︎“identity courage love”, group Exhibition, Düsseldorf Photoweekend
︎“re:vue”, l’atelier cinq, Arles
︎“Two cities Project“, group exhibition, Tehran
︎“Der neue BFF Förderpreis”, group exhibition, Umweltfotofestival Horizonte Zingst

︎“Odessa/Batumi Photo Days – Territory and Space”, Museum of Modern Art Batumi