Simon Schnepp captures space at the interface of the natural and built environment. Using still and moving images as his medium, he pictures the relation­ship between places and its inhabitants to narrate the inter­relations and interdependencies between spatial structures, human interaction and the passage of time.

Selected work

  • (as part of SCHNEPP RENOU)

    research together with: FRANZISKA GÖDICKE

  • (as part of NEUE LANGEWEILE)
  • (together with MARCUS BREDT)
  • (as a part of SCHNEPP RENOU)
  • (as part of SCHNEPP RENOU)

    The exhibition is part of: 
    Architecture Exhibition Weekend
    Triennale der Moderne

    curated by: HELENA DOUDOVA & SIMONA BINKO

  • (as part of SCHNEPP RENOU)
  • (as part of SCHNEPP RENOU)

    Publisher: Park Books
    Design: Building Paris
    Architecture: Stéphane Fernandez
    Photography: Schnepp Renou

  • (as part of NEUE LANGEWEILE)
  • (as part of SCHNEPP RENOU)

    Together with JULE FROBÖSE & OLAF GRAWERT, b+
    Publisher Arch+

  • (as part of SCHNEPP RENOU)
  • (as part of SCHNEPP RENOU)
  • (as part of SCHNEPP RENOU)

    Design: Lamm & Kirch
    Photography: Schnepp Renou

With his multi-layered perspective and collaborative approach at the forefront, Simon reflects the diverse contexts and thematic fields of the environments he documents. 

He is ½ of the artist duo Schnepp Renou, known for their recognizable visual language that transcends the boundaries of traditional architectural photography, with studios in Berlin, Marseille and Paris. He is also part of Neue Langeweile, a collective that focuses on exploring human perception and the experience of place rather than trying to depict reality.

References to Simon's work are manifold, ranging from independent photo series to moving still, depending on the constellations and projects. His work is featured in publications, books and exhibitions, and discussed in artist talks and lectures.