Steffi Klenz is a photographic artists based in London. Her work has been included in various group- and solo exhibitions nationally as well as internationally such as at the FotoMuseum Antwerp, Los Angeles Centre for Digital Arts, Romanso Cultural Centre Athens, The Phoenix Art Museum, The Fine Art Museum Luleå (Sweden), The Finish Museum of Photography in Helsinki, The SeaCity Museum in Southampton, The New Art Museum Walsall, Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin and Museum Künstlerkolonie in Darmstadt (Germany), the Stanley Picker Gallery in Kingston’/London to name a few.
Her work has been reviewed in various magazines and newspapers including Art Monthly, Art Review, Art World China, Elephant Magazine, The Architectural Review, Photographies, History of Photography Journal, Portfolio Magazine, Granta Magazine to name a few. Her work has been published and discussed in various books such as Chris Townsends’s “New Art from London” by Thames & Hudson in 2006, Judith Rugg’s “Spatialities: The Geographies of Art and Architecture” by Intellect in 2012, Robert Shore’s “Post-Photography: the Artist with a Camera” by Laurence King Publishing in 2014, Imogen Racz’ “Art and Home: Comfort, Alienation and the Everyday” by I.B.Tauris in 2015 and most recently “Beg, Steal and Borrow: Artists against Originality” by Robert Shore published by Laurence King Publishing in 2017.
Klenz published her monograph “Polo bound for Passaic” by Cornerhouse Publishing and Schaden Verlag in 2009 and her book “He only feels the black and white of it, Berlin Wall 14-07-1973” was published by Mörel Books in 2016.
She has been commissioned to undertake the BBC East Tower Commission in 2016-2017 in London and the Rights Of Passage Publication Commission for the 2015 Venice Biennale. She is currently working on her commission for the Tunbridge Wells Museum and Cultural Quarter to be completed in 2018.