Hessische Kulturstiftung Residency
Katja Eydel is an artist based in Berlin. Working primarily with the medium of photography, her subjects range from politics to aesthetics with an eye towards the realities of social visions rooted in political upheavals, utopian moments, or traditional systems.
Katja's work has been exhibited widely, at Sanat Galerisi, Istanbul; MACBA, Barcelona; Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw; Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; Kunstverein Salzburg; Museum Ludwig, Köln, Migros Museum, Zürich and Generali Foundation Wien, Vienna. Katja has taught at the California Institute of the Arts, Merz Akademie Stuttgart, and the University of the Arts Helsinki. Since 2019 she has been Professor of Photography at the Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg.
Hessische Kulturstiftung, Germany
Acme has managed a residency programme on behalf of Hessische Kulturstiftung since 1995, located on Lyal Road, Bow, E3. Residencies are awarded to artists for a period of 12 months, and the size of the accommodation enables the artist to bring their family or dependents for the length of residency. Based in a residential area populated by many artists, the house is well situated for access to other arts spaces and central London. Residencies are open to all artists from Germany. Applications and selection are dealt with directly by Hessische Kulturstiftung.
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