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Aindreas Scholz, Clearing I
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Aindreas Scholz, Clearing I

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Clearing I
Photography, pigment inks on reclaimed spruce wood
ca. 25 ø x 3 cm
€852 Unframed (includes 13.5% VAT)


About the Artist

Born to an Irish mother and a German father in Wiesbaden (DE), Scholz grew up in a bilingual family, dividing his time between Ireland and Germany. After his formative years, Scholz went on to study photography at the TU Dublin under the tutelage of Dr Anthony Haughey, developing a keen interest in visual narratives. Scholz relocated then to London, UK, in pursuit of postgraduate studies at Goldsmiths College, to deepen his understanding of critical and contemporary art- making theories and practices under the mentorship of several Turner Prize winners including Dr Elizabeth Price, Grayson Perry, Mark Leckey and Laure Prouvost. In 2017, Scholz trained as a teacher at UCL’s IoE developing specialist subject- specific skills in teaching photography to young people.

His work has been exhibited in Dublin, London, Brussels, Cologne, and Vienna. Recent exhibitions include Rotlicht Festival (joint winner), Vienna, Extraction: Loss and Restoration, King’s Lynn, and PhotoIreland 2022, Dublin. Scholz has works in the collections of The Office of Public Works, Ireland; Goldsmiths College, UK; Frederic de Goldschmidt, Belgium, and NHS, England. Scholz currently lives and works in London, UK.


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