Exhibitions


Upcoming
09 / 2021. Photo London. Somerset House. London, UK.

Current
06 / 2021. New Futures. Kovet Art. London, UK.
03 / 2021. Up all Night: Looking Closely at Rave Culture. Kumu Kunstimuuseum. Tallinn, Estonia.
02 /2021. Milk & Honey. HW Gallery. Vienna, Austria.

Past
08 / 2021. Siilk.Studio 183 . Berlin, Germany.
07 / 2021. After the High Tide. Cromwell Place. London, UK.
02 /2021. Transcience. Siilk Gallery, Athens, Greece.
11 / 2019. Open. OK Center for Contemporary Art. Linz, Austria.
12 / 2020. 36th Annual. Southwark Park Gallery. London, UK.
09 / 2019. No Pictures on the Dancefloor. C/O Berlin. Berlin, Germany.
07 / 2019. Sweet Harmony. Saatchi Gallery, London, UK.
08 / 2018. Virtual Private Network. Haimney Gallery. Barcelona, Spain.
08 / 2018. Platform 101. Gallerie 7. Sheran, Iran.
03 / 2018. Unexisting. Voies-Off. Arles, France.
08 / 2017. ABC – Art Book Fair China. Shanghai, China.
06 / 2017. Talent Making Talent. Paris, France.
10 / 2016. Scan Photofestival. Tarragona, Spain.
10 / 2016. European Month of Photography. Berlin, Germany.
07 / 2016. Bunker. Voies-Off. Arles, France.
06 / 2016. SFSEX. Essen, Germany.
06 / 2016. Goodforever. Düsseldorf, Germany.
11 / 2015. Desire, a Double Edged Sword. Künstlerquartier Bethanien. Berlin, Germany.











Press


09 / 2021. Feature. Vogue Italy
05 / 2021. Colours We Know No Names For.No Issue.
03 / 2021. Interview. WWD China
04 / 2020. C/O Berlin Take Over
03 / 2020. Interview, Sleek Magazine
10 / 2019. Honey Dijon for Commes des Garcons. British Vogue.
09 / 2019. Honey Dijon. WWD Coverstory.
08 / 2019. Interview. Culture Trip.
08 / 2019. Interview. Sleek Magazine.
02 / 2019. Goldenstage. Broad Magazine.
10 / 2019. Interview. Frankfurter Allgemeine Quarterly.
05 / 2018. Unexisting. C41 Magazine.
09 / 2017. OIL. Oyster Magazine.
01 / 2017. Interview. Berliner Zeitung.
09 / 2016. The Aftermaths. Vice Magazine.
09 / 2016. Interview. C41 Magazine.
06 / 2016. Interview Berliner Zeitung.
04 / 2016. The Flesh. Vice Magazine.




Anna-Lena Krause

Personal Work




The mingled bodies create a blur by undoing the clear lines between them, suggesting that it t’s rarely either or but usually both - nobody is untouched by the world they live in.




Vision is determined to a large degree by our expectations. We don’t see a naked world, we see a visual world which has been created by language, experience, and memory.



My left eye sees differnt to my right eye.




Personal perspective is crucial to experience. We all bodily inhabit the first person point of view. However, since we are mobile beings, we can move around other people and objects, our perspective is fluid - our mobility allows us to access the world of others.









I can see because you are visible and I am visible because you see. Through your gaze I am also able to see my own and when gazing at you, I experience my own visibility.




Golden State
2019