Esther Boesche is a cutting edge multimedia artist born in Germany, in 1980. Her work is shown internationally and has been included in exhibitions in American museums, galleries and art spaces, Her work including the International Center of Photography, A.I.R. Gallery, Treat Gallery, Greenpoint Gallery, Chashama Gallery, Camera Club of New York , 321 Gallery and Photoville.It is published in the highly regarded Musee Magazine, and written about by well-respected photography blogs, including Lensscratch, MotherMuse Collective and many other publications.The main focus of the artists practice is sociological and political oriented and derives from deep exploration of societal issues from a contemporary female perspective. EB works primarily in sculpture and painting, but is also repeatedly active in photography, drawing, performance, installation, text art and public intervention. The main focus of her artistic practice is sociological and political oriented. Her works are about hierarchy, human rights, discrimination, racism, role assignments, and exchangeability.
EB grew up at the sea side of Northern Germany where she studied Communication Design and Photography at the Muthesius School of Arts in and received her MFA in Advanced Photographic Studies from the ICP / Bard College; NYC in 2015. As the only German photographer of her year she was awarded with the precious DAAD Artist Grand for the year 2013 and she received the ICP Director`s Scholarship from 2013 to 2015. The artist currently lives in and works in New York.
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