Vita Claus Rottenbacher

Industrial Engineering (Technical University Berlin), PhD, Management Consultant, Entrepreneur

Since 2004 Freelance Photographer
Lives and works in Berlin

Awards
1992-
1995
Doctoral scholarship awarded by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG

Collections
 
Haubrok collection, Berlin
 
Berlinische Galerie, Museum of Modern Art, Berlin
 
Museum Charlottenburg / Wilmersdorf, Berlin
 
Brandenburg Gate Foundation
 
Private collections
 
Solo exhibitions
2017
Non Plus Ultra, FAHRBEREITSCHAFT, Haubrok Foundation, Berlin
2017
Non Plus Ultra, Brandenburg Gate Foundation, Berlin
2016
Raumporträts, showroom for architecture and design, Bettina Kampe, Stuttgart.
2015
ICC, Senatsverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung und Umwelt, Berlin.
2014
Ostort / Westort, Casino of FAHRBEREITSCHAFT, Berlin, http://artificialimage.de/ostort-westort/
2012
Prostratio, Hotel de Rome, Unter den Linden, Berlin.
2011
Stairway to more than one heaven, Installation at Artificial Image, Berlin.
2010
Great Kids, Exhibition and book presentation Great Kids, Volume I, at 25books, Berlin.
Group exhibitions
2018
Border Matters, Kunsthalle 1, Centre of Contemporary Art, CCA Andratx, Mallorca
2017
Urban Living, Showroom Templiner Park, Berlin.
2017
Szenenwechsel, Schlieder Consulting, Frankfurt a.M.
2013
Shine a light, with Susanne Rottenbacher, DMW LLP, Kurfürstendamm, Berlin.
2012
Der Blick des Anderen, with Hans Georg Berger, Nora Bibel, Ting Ting Cheng und Marei Wenzel, 5th European Month of Photography, Berlin.
2010
Paderborner Fototage, with Katharina John, Jim Rakete, Jochen Viehoff et al., Paderborn.
Publications
2017
Non Plus Ultra, exhibition catalogue, Brandenburg Gate Foundation, Berlin
2015
Westort | Ostort - Raumporträts: Das ICC und die Fahrbereitschaft, preface by Felix Hoffmann, essay by Nikolaus Bernau, 96 pages, Kehrer Verlag, Heidelberg. (Date of publication August 2015).
2012
Der Blick des Anderen, catalogue group exhibition, 5th European Month of Photography 2012, published by Michael Maria Müller, Berlin
2010
Great Kids, Volume I, With two essays by Rafael v. Uslar, german/english, 84 pages, Darling Publications, Cologne, 2010.