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ABOUT THE ARTIST

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Esther Boesche, is a contemporary conceptual artist and fine art photographer, originally from Germany, based in New York . Her creative journey began on the picturesque shores of Northern Germany, instilling a profound connection to nature and a passion for sociological and political exploration.

Currently calling Brooklyn home, the artist draws inspiration from the dynamic urban landscape and cultural diversity of New York. The artists  artistic practice spans photography, drawing, paper arts, sculpture, installation, text art, and public interventions—each a canvas for the exploration of the laws of the universe and the characteristics of the human soul.

Esther Boesche’s artistic journey started in childhood, evolving through roles as a graphic designer and international arts educator. Formal education at the renowned Muthesius School of Fine Arts in Northern Germany paved the way for my multidisciplinary approach. In 2013, inspired by the legacy of American photographers, the artist  ventured to New York City, graduating with an MFA in advanced photographic studies from the International Center of Photography (ICP-BARD College) in 2015.

Honored with the DAAD fellowship and the ICP BARD College Director’s Scholarship, the artists photography earned a nomination for the FAPA Prize in 2016. The journey continued with a prestigious selection for a PhD Fellowship in Philosophy and Photography at Rice University and the University of Arizona in 2022.

The artist’s work has left its mark internationally, featured in exhibitions across American museums, galleries, and private collections in Europe and the U.S. Published in esteemed art magazines and books.Beyond her individual practice, the artists has curated and co-curated exhibitions and pop-up shows, championing emerging and mid-career artists in Brooklyn, Chinatown, and the Wall Street District.