Winkler+Noah's most celebrated images are from two of their fine art projects "The Puppet Show" and "Les Femmes Heretiques".
In "The Puppet Show" they photographed 30 children between two and six years old who were turned into puppets.
It was a clear critique of show business with the children as protagonists and how they are losing their naturalness.
"Les Femmes Heretiques" is a social commentary on women and the sacred.
“Les femmes", not at all aiming to be divine, represent all sacrifices and suffering which women have had to bear along history.
Eight girls were stripped naked and crucified complete with a crown of thorns, as was done in the past to women who were guilty of heresy.
Winkler+Noah have been commissioned worldwide to photograph numerous advertising campaigns for major international brands:
Audi, BMW, Buick, Johnson & Johnson, Land Rover, Martini & Rossi, McDonald's, Philips, Procter & Gamble, Samsung, Volkswagen.
In 2010 Winkler+Noah were awarded the Silver Lion at the prestigious Cannes Lions International Festival.
During their career they have also received awards from: New York Festivals, American Photography,
Hasselblad Masters, EPICA Awards, The Color Awards, Prix de la Photographie, IPA Los Angeles, Communication Arts,
Eurobest, Campaign Photo Awards, Luerzer’s Archive 200 Best Photographer's Worldwide.
The Puppet Show, 2009
Awakening, 2010 … Read More