Linus Muellerschoen was born in Munich, Germany in 1988 and grew up in California. His work touches on the themes of identity, “Heimat” and depersonalisation. He regularly exhibits in Germany and publishes his work in a variety of media. Currently, he works in Berlin and has just finished his studies at the Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie.

Education

03.2015 – 10.2018 Ostkreuz Schule für Fotografie - Berlin. Graduated under Prof. Ludwig Rauch

09.2009 – 06.2014 University of Aberdeen, BSc Neuroscience with Psychology

Group Shows

Ð "jahrgang zwoelf", Abschlussausstellung des zwoelften Jahrgangs der Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie, offlocation.theshelf, Berlin, 4.10-15.10. 2018

Ð "Distant Islands", Triennale der Photografie, Deichtorhallen Hamburg, 2018

Ð "Distant Islands", LAF Projektraum, Pforzheim, 20.5-12.6.2018

Ð "Distant Islands", Fotogalerie Friedrichshain, Berlin, 1.-16.3.2018

Ð "Brexit - 8 Positions" Goethe Institut London Foyer, London, 2017. Online gallery here

Ð "brEXIT", Ausstellungsraum Klaus Stemmler Stiftung, Berlin, 2017

Ð "It’s Tomorrow’s Future", Off-Kultur Festival, Das Gift Kunstraum, Berlin, 2016

Ð "Music, Oh Music", Bar Babette Gallery Week, Berlin, 2016

Ð "EINBILD", OKS 13ter Jahrgang, Panke.gallery, Berlin, 2016

Press

Ð IDEAT Contemporary Life, "Vergängliche Schönheit", Artikel über Anatomie Fleur, Stilleben, Issue April-May 2018

Ð "Vergängliche Kunstwerke", Fotografie für FAZ Artikel zu Anatomie Fleur, 2017

Ð "Die Arroganz des Alltags", showcase auf Zeit Magazin Online, 2017

Ð “diese fotografen zeigen eine neue art des male gazes”, interview with i-D Magazine Germany, 2016

Publications

Ð "FRONT", 71-page hardcover Photo book, Limited Edition of 50, signed and numbered, self-published, 2018

Ð "Isle Sicherlich", Zine, self-published, 2018

Ð "brEXIT", Book, published by Klaus-Stemmler-Stiftung, 2017

Ð “Absturz bei Höhe Null”, Zine, self-published, 2017

Ð “Underground Pop”, Tischlerei Zeitung N°7, Deutsche Oper Berlin, 2016

Ð Portrait Hans Tietze, Recens, Issue 3, 2015

Ð Portrait Martin Niklas Wieser, Recens, Issue 2, 2015

Ð Portrait Lucia Bihler, “Sprünge ins Nichts”, Süddeutsche Zeitung, 2012