Anna Skladmann’s (b. 1986, Bremen, Germany) artistic medium combines photography and scanning techniques to reflect critically on aspects of contemporary life and politics exploring notions of nature and society, cultivation and the machine. She is interested in the archive and categories produced and re-produced as well as being embedded in literature and mythology.
Having received her MA from the Royal College of Art and her BA from Parsons School Of Design, her work has since been nominated for the Prix Pictet and Paul Huf Award, and has also won the Arles Photo Folio Prize. Skladmann published her first monograph in 2011 and her photographic projects have been shown in exhibitions and festivals, including the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris, Museum of Modern Art in Moscow, Fotofest International in Houston, Unseen Photo Fair in Amsterdam and the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg.
Permanent Collections include The Maramotti Collection, The Museum Of Fine Arts Houston, The Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Stiftung für die Hamburger Kunstsammlung and The Pinault Collection.
- 2013 Nomination for Paul Huf Award
- 2012 Nomination for Prix Pictet "Power"
- 2010 Arles Photo Folio Review
- 2009 PDN's 30 2010
- 2008 NY Photo Festival, Personal Fine Art Series
- 2007 Honorable Mentioning DataColor Scholarship
The Maramotti Collection, The Museum Of Fine Arts Houston, The Moscow Museum of Modern Art , Stiftung für die Hamburger Kunstsammlung and The Pinault Collection.
- “A Memory Of A Ceremony”, The Vinyl Factory, London
- "1991", Zurab Tsereteli's Art Gallery, Moscow
- "Little Adults", State History Museum, Chelyabinsk
- "Little Adults", History Museum, Ekaterinburg
- "Little Adults", Museum Of Modern Art, Moscow
- "1991 - Generation Putin", Upper Orange Gallery, Berlin
- "Gypsy Queens", GYPSI, Moscow
- "Mali Dospeli", Ministry Of Culture, Bratislava
- "Little Adults", Galerie Volchkova, Paris
- "Twins For Peace", Studio K.O., Paris
New York Times Magazine, Bloomberg Business Week Magazine, Sunday Times Magazine, Der Spiegel, Focus Magazine, Marie Claire US, Vice Magazine, Wall Street Journal, United Colors of Benetton, The Kooples, Vogue US, Flaneur Magazine.
- "Adventitious Encounters", Queensway, London
- "Ripe", Kingsgate Art Project, London
- "Graduate Exhibition", Royal College of Art, London
- “WIP”, Royal College of Art, London
- “Emerging”, Annenberg Space for Photography, Los Angeles
- “1% Priviledge In A Time Of Global Inequality”, Lagos
- “1% Priviledge In A Time Of Global Inequality”, Pingyao
- “Rich Pickerings”, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg
- “The Ekistics and Ikebana Observatory”, London
- “Small is Beautiful”, Pobeda Gallery, Amsterdam Unseen Fair
- “Small Is Beautiful”, Pobeda Gallery, Moscow
- "Photo Art Fair", Victoria House, London
- "Der Klare Blick", Pop/Off Gallery, Berlin
- "I am Who I am", Kunst im Tunnel, Duesseldorf
- "Facing Youth", Encontros da Imagem 2012, Braga
- "Contemporary Russian Photography", FotoFest 2012 Biennial, Houston
- "Gang Of Berlin Show No.1", Upper Orange Gallery, Berlin
- "Lucky. Das Kind als Motiv in zeitgenössischer Fotografie“ - Städtische Galerie Fürth, Fürth
- "Gute Aussichten“ - 4th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art in 2011 by the Austrian Cultural Forum in Moscow, Moscow
- "Circulation(s) - Festival de la Jeune Photographie Européenne", Parc de Bagatelle, Paris
- "APT MOCKBA, 14th International Art Fair, Central House Of Artist, Moscow
- "PDN Emerging Thirty", Clark | Oshkin Gallery, Los Angeles
- "Let's Go Home", S-Kai, Hamburg
- "Nymphoto", Sascha Wolf Gallery, NYC
- "New Visionaires 2008", The New York Photo Festival, New York
- "BFA Photography Show", Calumet Gallery, NYC