About the artist

Anne Kathrin Greiner was born and raised in the South of Germany. In 2002, she graduated with a 1st Class Honours degree from the photography and film programme at Napier University in Edinburgh, Scotland. The following year, she moved to London to study on the fine art photography course at the Royal College of Art. Whilst there, she received a scholarship for a three month artist residency in Kyoto, Japan, as well as numerous prizes. In 2005, Greiner's work was selected for the Bloomberg New Contemporaries exhibition, travelling to venues in Manchester, Bristol and London. Recent awards include: Flash Forward 2007 (Magenta Foundation for the Arts), the Raymond Weil International Photography Prize (nominated in 2006, 2007, 2008), the Sotiri Prize for Young Photographers 2009, a 2010 Goldrausch artist scholarship, Prix PHPA 2011, ComPeung Grant 2012 and a Villa Kamogawa Scholarship for 2014. Greiner's work has been exhibited widely and forms part of public and private collections in Australia, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Japan, Russia, Switzerland, the UK and the United States.

Text about Anne Kathrin Greiner's work by Katie Kitamura (PDF)