Annette Kelm

Finanzamt Kreuzberg, Meringdamm 22 (finance office Kreuzberg/Berlin)

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Annette Kelm

Finanzamt Kreuzberg, Meringdamm 22 (finance office Kreuzberg/Berlin)

500€  *
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  • C-Print on Fujicolor Professional paper

  • 31 x 49 cm

  • 1975

  • Signed

  • Kelm is interested in typologies, models of mass production, the function of objects and the nature of their representation, and stylistic developments in patterned textiles, design, and technology. In her work she conflates several genres in single images or in series on a single motif that combine a variety of artistic, historical, and cross-cultural references.

  • Edition Texte zur Kunst, Junge Edition No. 9

  • Exemplar 25/50

Annette Kelm, born in 1975 in Stuttgart, currently based in Berlin, may be one of the most outstanding artists of the young generation. Working primarily in the medium of photography, Kelm is influenced by post-conceptual art, a hint of inspiration from the Düsseldorf School of Photography, and the recent debate on the object-oriented ontology. The artist educated herself at the University of Fine Arts in Hamburg (1998-2003), where she studied under Wolfgang Tillmans and Cosima von Bonin. While in the academy, she held her first individual display at the Gallery Nomadenoase in Hamburg (1999) and has been awarded with the first of her several accolades, the Kodak Young Photographers Award (1999), later accompanied by the Art Cologne Award for Young Art (2005), Camera Austria Award for Contemporary Photography (2015), and a number of grants and residencies. Among her most important exhibitions were biennials in Venice (2011), Brussels (2008), and Lyon (2007); and one-woman displays at the KunstWerke Institute in Berlin (2009), CCA Wattis in San Francisco, and Witte de With in Rotterdam (both 2008). Moveover, her work is divided by the world renowned art institutions, including the MoMA and the Guggenheim in New York, MoCA in Los Angeles, Tate Modern in London, Centre Pompidou in Paris, and the Kunsthaus Zürich.

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