Corinna Holthusen is a conceptual artist specialised in photography and digital imaging. She deals with the topic of convergence of beauty, disgust, artificiality, naturalness ...perfectly worked faces, bodies and its destruction through new composition by several parts of different physiognomies.
Since 2016 also haptic breakup by material deposition on the surface of the photo prints. She uses acrylics and pigments to develop an emotional dimension on the print.
Born in Hamburg, Germany.
Art studies at the Studio Art Centres International in Florence, Italy.
Studies of Photography at the Istituto Europeo di Design Milan, Italy.
Since 1993 first experiences in digital imaging.
Soon after, she created extraordinary art pieces by exploring all aspects of Conceptual Photography.
Most recently also by adding material to her works.
Her recognition as an artists is underlined by winning several awards as well as throughout exhibitions in Europe and the USA.
2018 Gold Medal Oneeylandaward category Fine Art Porträt 2013 |14|15|16|17| Photography Masters Cup | Category: Fine Art | Nominee
2012 | Photography Masters Cup | Category: Fine Art | Honorable Mention
2011 | First Prize | Prix de la Photographie Paris | Fine Art | Gold
2012 | Photography Masters Cup | Fine Art | Honorable Mention
2011 | Photography Masters Cup | Fine Art | Honorable Mention
2003 | 'Lead Award Cover of the year' for a Cover published in the SZ Magazine.
2000 | 'Lead Award generated image 2000', for a series published in the Spiegel Reporter.
1999 | Kodak Digital Imaging Award | First Price
1998 | ADC Bronze medal for a series published in the Spiegel Special.
2017 May Gallery Loyal, Kassel, Germany
2017 February - March, Barlach Halle K, Hamburg
2014/15 Artsalon Simone Bruhns, Hamburg, Germany
2012 VOLUPTIOUS VALENTINE, GG Gallery, London, UK
2007 Reflections, Galerie Hilaneh von Kories, Hamburg, Germany
2006 M Photos, Beat Galerie, Berlin, Germany
2005 M Photos, Galerie Hilaneh von Kories, Hamburg, Germany
2001 Konvergenz II, Galerie Hohmann, Hamburg, Germany
2001 Konvergenz II, American European Fine Art, New York City, USA
2000 Konvergenz I, Galerie B. Eikelmann, Düsseldorf, Germany
1999 Paravent Projekt, Galerie B. Eikelmann, Düsseldorf, Germany
1998 Art Projekt, Gänsemarkt Passage, Hamburg, Germany