In 2005, von Berg created another scandalous stir by photographing the feminine gender on the other side of the planet: "NAKED SYDNEY." It documents how his group of completely nude women was chased by Australia's observant police in Downtown Sydney.

To date, his material has been published on all five continents in countless high-profile periodicals, coffee table compilation books, anthologies and monographs. You can find HvB-photographs on lithograph posters, greeting cards, calendars, billboards, in fashion catalogues and commercial advertisements. Several European TV-stations have produced documentary films about his unique body of work. After many exhibitions in galleries and museums, his works are sold at fine art photography auctions. Von Berg has been asked to judge several photography competitions.

He has befriended numerous photographic icons, i.e. Clifford Baker, Peter Berlin, Tom Bianchi, Michael Childers, Greg Day, Ed Freeman, Klaus Gerhard, Greg Gorman, David Hockney, Reed Massengill, Will McBride, Helmut Newton, Dianora Niccolini, Leni Riefenstahl, Francesco Scavullo, Bert Stern, Arthur Tress, and David Vance.

Henning von Berg currently divides his time between Europe (summers in Berlin, Amsterdam, London, Vienna) and America (winters in Los Angeles and Fort Lauderdale).

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