Annette Kelm is a German artist who first gained recognition in 2006 with her photographs featured in the exhibition, “Follow Me”, at the Kunsthalle Zurich. Kelm has since gone on to garner international acclaim with her artwork—which largely consists of photographs and photomontages—featured in numerous solo and collective exhibitions around the world. Her work comments on the contemporary globalized media landscape, examining cultural and aesthetic values that manifest in the digital era. Notable works by Kelm include the series “Candy Wrappers”, which looks at the relationship between art and commerce, and the series “Supermarket Pictures”, which features re-photographed supermarket images from the late ‘90s.
Annette Kelm, German Artist, Photography, Photomontage, Media Landscape.
— Mei Wang
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