Photographic Sculpture
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Stefanie Herr

Stefanie Herr (Frankfurt/Main, 1974) is a German visual artist who may be best known for her photographic relief sculptures. Having graduated in Architecture from TU Berlin, she had been initially working as an architect and model maker before becoming a freelance artist in 2007. Her experimental practice oscillates between the domains of photography and sculpture, giving birth to artistic hybrids that challenge traditional visual and spatial experiences. Only more recently, she has also been developing pieces that abandon the idea of the photographic skin, resulting in sculptural objects solely crafted from white paper or cardboard. Usually the result of time-consuming and labor-intensive (manual) processes, her works draw upon data visualizations such as maps, charts, or similar graphs and thus present themselves as precisely calculated constructions. Stefanie Herr lives and works in Barcelona.

Since 2009, Herr’s delicate handiwork has been featured in numerous group and solo shows across Europe, including Food Justice (upcoming), Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh (US); International Paper Triennial Viviane Fontaine (2020), Musée Charmey, Charmey (CH); BFOTO, Barbastro, Spain (2019); OSTRALE Biennale, Dresden, Germany (2019); Arquitectura y Arte, Fundación Caja Mediterráneo, Alicante, Spain (2019); The Best Design of the Year, Museu del Disseny, Barcelona (2017); Sofia International Paper Art Biennial, Bulgaria (2015); Fundació Vila Casas Sculpture Prize Finalists Exhibition (2015), Can Mario, Palafrugell, Spain; Arts Libris, Arts Santa Mònica, Barcelona (2014); Contemporary Art Ruhr, Essen, Germany (2011); BAC! International Festival of Contemporary Art, CCCB, Barcelona (2009).

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