Katharina Stadler was born in Oberhausen, Germany in 1995. She now lives and works in Duesseldorf, Germany.
Katharina Stadler studied at the Kunstakademie Duesseldorf with Andreas Gursky and graduated in the class of Thomas Scheibitz.
Stadler’s work has been presented in solo exhibitions, including: Katharina Stadler, Mook Gallery, Düsseldorf (2022); No Life Left, Sonneundsolche, Duesseldorf (2018)
Her work has also been shown in selected group exhibitions, including: Composure, White Room, Duesseldorf (2020); Silbertopf, Leipzig (2018); Warm Blood, Im Goldenen, Duesseldorf (2018); 123, Goethe Institut, Paris (2017); Die Grosse, Museum Kunstpalast, Duesseldorf (2016)
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In her painting and drawing, Katharina Stadler playfully explores themes such as hierarchy and everyday life, aesthetics and reality, poetry and prose. As a result of both her imagination and analytical nature, her works do not employ traditional composition or naturalistic symbols. Abstract forms and figurative elements coexist as they morph into a single language. Stadler brings the viewer to spaces of calmness, where intimacy and anonymity are present at the same time.