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Stephanie Kiwitt


Stephanie Kiwitt (D) lives in Brussels. She works with various photographic concepts, genres and techniques that emerge from a thematic exploration of changes in urban structures, the architecture of today's consumer culture, the body culture and the world of work. By means of long-term, detailed observations, she responds to the specifics of various locations, such as the centre of Marseille in the course of massive construction projects, the wasteland Wondelgemse Meersen in the north of Ghent, discounters in Brussels, the urban space of Prague as an image of neoliberal change, or a recruitment building for dock workers in Antwerp.

She condenses her extensive photographic series in artist's books and exhibition settings into a pictorial space that oscillates between highest representativeness and absolute artificiality. Her precise image compositions subtly interrogate the conditions of our economised present.


She studied Photography at the Institute of Creative Photography, Opava, and at the Academy of Fine Arts, Leipzig.

Selected group and solo exhibitions:

2019 - Máj/My, Spot Gallery, Zagreb

            Le Petit Cercle Bruxellois, Institut de Carton, Brussels

            Tender Buttons, Künstlerhaus Bremen

            Photobook Belge, FOMU, Antwerp

2018 - Touch, nGbK, Berlin

            Máj/My, Kunstverein Leipzig

2017 - The Photographic I - Other Pictures, SMAK, Ghent

            The Hobbyist, Fotomuseum Winterthur

            Copy Construct, CC Mechelen

2016 - Dialogues, Camera Austria, Graz

            The Secret Life of Images, Kunstverein Freiburg

            Discovery Award, Les Rencontres de la Photographie, Arles

2015 - Un-Scene III, Wiels Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels

            Four Oranges, Some Office Buildings, Woman’s Legs, Riot, Ghent

            Fétichismarchandise, Centre de la Photographie Genève

In partnership with Fotograf Festival.

Date of residency 10. 10. 31. 12. 2019