Annegret Kellner

German artist, Annegret Kellner, currently living in Amsterdam is best known for her photographic and sculptural works dealing with the subtle representation of tortured houseplants. Her provocative methods offer experiences of conflict as well as comfort.
Her works were shown in galleries as Galerie Fons Welters in Amsterdam and independent art spaces as Kunstverein Diepenheim, Kunsthuis SYB in Beetsterzwaag, Nieuwe Vide in Haarlem. Her works were also reviewed online on Artlyst, Metropolis M, Trendbeheer, We like Art, Mister Motley and the Cultureel Reisprogramma of the Mondriaan Fund.
During her education at Academie Minerva in Groningen, she additionally deepened her primarily painterly approach at the Academy of Fine Arts in Dresden in Germany, which she later translated into digital media throughout her residency at Hunter College in New York. In 2005 Annegret received her Master of Fine Art with honours from the Frank Mohr Institute, also in Groningen. Recently Annegret finished a master class Cultural Management at the Antwerp Management School.
Besides her artistic work, she works as art advisor for a major art collection in the Netherlands.