Simone Rosenbauer

German/Australian artist Simone Rosenbauer lives and works on the lands of Awabakal and Worimi in Awabakal country (Newcastle/Australia). She studied Photography at the University of Applied Sciences in Dortmund (Germany), where she received her BA and MA in 2006. In 2008 she received the European Endeavour Award from the Australian Government to study for her MFA in Photography at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, which she completed in 2010.

Using still photography to trace the resonance of memory, place and identity, Rosenbauer’s images mine the complexity of what it means to be human. Rosenbauer’s core interest lies in our physical and emotional connection to place, and our relationship with the environment. Her images solidify the inexorable passage of time to reveal the joy and poignancy held within moments of change — sometimes chosen other times inflicted.

Rosenbauer’s photography has won and been selected for numerous national and international awards. Her work has been showcased in the USA, Europe, Australia, Russia, Asia and Africa, including exhibitions at the Aperture Gallery (NYC), Expo Chicago, Paris Photo, Laurence Miller Gallery (NYC), AIPAD (NYC), Musée d’Elysée (Switzerland), Les Rencontre d’Arles (France), Flash Forward Festival (Canada), Art Miami (USA) and PhotoSpring Festival Beijing (China). Rosenbauer’s work is held in various public and private collections. She is represented by Laurence Miller Gallery in New York, .M Contemporary in Sydney, Sanderson Contemporary in Auckland and DTR Modern in Boston.

Simone Rosenbauer

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