Andrej Glusgold is photographer, draughtsman and professor of photography at BTK University of Art&Design Berlin. In both photography and drawings he investigates the nature of the dreams, eroticism and the hidden mechanics of the soul. His staged portraits, landscapes and nude photographs are full of references to painters like Balthus, C. D. Friedrich, Vilhelm Hammershoi, René Magritte a. o., while the ink drawings, which are often executed on papers and engravings from the 19th century, are inspired by illuminated manuscripts, esoteric literature, Outsider Art and Tarot. Andrej Glusgold’s work has been widely published and exhibited in Germany and abroad.