Born in Prague in 1944, the German photographer Katharina Sieverding is highly regarded both for her self-portraiture and her pioneering work in elaborating the technical, thematic and formal means of photographic expression.

Her mostly abstract work is often considered as reflections on her own individual identity as well as statements on various socio-political issues, frequently triggering debates on contemporary society.

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