In the mid 90's Esenherz started to travel more frequently to New York City. With a new opportunity on the horizon he established studios in Berlin, Brooklyn & Los Angeles where he has now become a prominent figure among the Artists.
In the mid 80’s with film technology becoming more accessible Esenherz acted upon his long time interest in filmmaking. As an independent filmmaker he has shot a series of satirical silent short movies about the idiosyncrasies of city life. From that period on, Performance Art was to become a driving force in his work. "Art is the process by which the artist expresses a momentary thought or feeling in a unique manner". (Esenherz 1993) In 1994 he created "Wall Hall", an annual performance, which explores and documents the process of producing, displaying, celebrating and finally destroying art over a period of two months. In 2001 Esenherz walked across America pushing a 7 by 5 feet painting on wheels to promote art in local communities across the country.
His work has been exhibited in numerous galleries both in Europe and in the United States.