Annelies Štrba
Annelies Štrba (*1947, Zug, Switzerland) is a Swiss artist known for her artistic production across various mediums, including video, photography, and digital media. Her interest in photography began at a young age and developed into a passion. In 1963, she started a three-year training as a photographer, and in 1971 she won the Swiss Federal Design Award for three consecutive years. The primary subjects of her art are predominantly domestic and familial, encompassing portraits as well as natural and urban landscapes. Her art is personal, enriched with memories, intensity, and a hint of nostalgia.

In 1990, she first presented her art to the public at the Kunsthalle in Zurich, gaining widespread recognition. Throughout the ‘90s, she undertook various journeys for her work, visiting East Germany and Poland, Spain, Japan, England, Scotland, and France. In 1997, she had her first major exhibition at the Aargauer Kunsthaus in Aarau. Besides Switzerland, she has exhibited widely in Europe and the United States, in prestigious institutions such as the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, the Centre National de la Photographie in Paris, and the Hayward Gallery in London.

  • Upcoming
    Sep 4-9, Kiaf SEOUL
    Oct 31–Dec 21, Solo exhibition

  • Past