Born 1962 in Munich, Veronika Kellndorfer started her studies of art in 1982 at Hochschule für angewandte Künste in Vienna. Moving to Berlin a year later, Kellndorfer pursued her studies of Art at Universität der Künste until 1990. She is most renowned for her artistic examinations of architecture, which appear as a transla-tional junction between architectural objects, their history and emerging (social) space, as well as between various techniques of capturing, preserving and transmitting these observations and reflections. Veronika Kellndorfer has received numerous grants since then, which comprise a Stiftung Kunstfonds grant in Bonn (1998), an Akademie Schloss Solitude artist residency in Stuttgart (2000), a Villa Aurora residency in Los Angeles (2003), a Villa Massimo residency in Rome (2005), as well as, most recently, a Goethe-Institute Villa Kamogawa artist residency in Kyoto (2012), among many others.
French Window. Munich: Pinakothek der Moderne, 2012.
Urban haze – reflect what you are. Berlin: AedesLand, 2010.
Lichtspiel. Santa Monica, California: Christopher Grimes Gallery, 2008.
Dream switch. Berlin: Fahnemann Projects, 2008.
A Sense of Space. San Francisco, Californa: Pier 24 Photography, 2013.
Interieur/Exterieur: Living in Art. Wolfsburg: Kunstmuseum 2008.
The invisible and the visible. Berlin: UIA Architektur-Weltkongress, 2002.
Aus Berlin auf Papier. Rostock: Kunsthalle, 1998.
Monographien und Kataloge
Case Studies: Layers of Light and Reflection. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2012.
Exterior and Interior dreams. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2005.