Andrea Grützner is a talented fine art photographer and artist, who was born in 1984 in Pirna and currently based in Berlin, Germany. Andrea received her Master of Arts degree in photography from the Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences in 2014. Her minimalist photography is very challenging and complex. Andrea’s interests involve the perception of space, historic and memorial structures, visual irritation, the familiar and at the same time unfamiliar. Grutzner is also a contributor to the German art photography magazine Der Greif.
The house is – as the cultural center of the village – a projection screen for generations of memories and emotions. As a guest with both familiarity with the area, and yet a feeling of alienation from it. I enter into a visual dialogue with this special building which has cast a spell over me for years.
Andrea Grutzner’s works have been featured at festivals and in solo and group shows around the world.