About

Patricia Kühfuss works with photography to explore the bigger picture.

Besides freelancing in the editorial field for a diverse range of national and international clients, in her long-term projects she uses photography as a reference point to explore social, cultural and political relationships. Having almost studied medicine, she has a knack for science and healthcare topics. She is interested in how visuals shape our perception of the world and how stereotypes can be challenged.

She holds a BA in photojournalism from HS Hannover, Germany, and spent an exchange year studying photojournalism at dmjx Aarhus, Denmark.

Reflecting her current shift towards a more artistic practice, she graduated from the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague, Netherlands with an MA in Photography & Society in July 2022.

Patricia Kühfuss speaks German, English and Norwegian fluently and is currently based in The Hague, NL.

She is a member of Women Photograph. Her archive is represented by laif.

M mail@patriciakuehfuss.com
IG @patriciakuehfuss & @howtogethome
T +49 178 – 931 29 57
www.patriciakuehfuss.com

Published

Agrarheute • brand eins • bureau bordeaux • Chrismon • Corriere della Sera • Engagement Global • Finstral • Focus • Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung • GEO • GEOSpecial • GEOlino • JWD • Landeshauptstadt Hannover • National Geographic • Neue Züricher Zeitung • Schäche&Schmitz • Science Notes • Der SPIEGEL • SPIEGELWissen • Stern • TECHNOSEUM Mannheim • Topos • ver.diPUBLIK • VWStiftung • Die ZEIT • ZEITWissen • ZEITMagazin

Educated

2020 — 2022

Master of Fine Arts, Photography & Society, Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, NL

2011 — 2018

Bachelor of Arts, Photojournalism & Documentary Photography, HS Hannover, DE

2016 — 2017

International Photojournalism, Danish School of Media and Journalism, DK

2015

Internship Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (6 months), DE

2015

Internship Hallingdølen Avis (2 months), NO

Supported

2022

Stiftung Kulturwerk Research Grant

2021

DAAD MA study grant

2020

BREAD AND POWER Sir Greene Foundation International Research Grant

2020

NICHT MÜDE WERDEN Lumix Festival HAZ People’s Choice Award

2019

HOW TO GET HOME Stiftung Kulturwerk Grant, Publication

2019

MY FATHER IS IN THESE TREES, PIC Selected 2019

2018

HOW TO GET HOME Sony World Photo Award in ”Professional/Creative“ (2nd)

2017

MY FATHER IS IN THESE TREES, Punkt Acatech Journalist Award (shortlist)

2017

Photo of the Year, Norwegian Local Newspaper Union

2014

INTIME OUTTIME German Youth Photo Award (shortlist)

Exhibited

2022

WHAT COUNTS Graduation Show, Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (group)

2021

NICHT MÜDE WERDEN, Technoseum Mannheim, permanent exhibition, Mannheim, DE (group)

2020

NICHT MÜDE WERDEN, Freiraum für Fotografie, Berlin, DE (group)

2020

TRACHTWERK SCHAU, RAW Photofestival, Worpswede, DE (group)

2020

NICHT MÜDE WERDEN Lumix Festival for young photojournalism, Hannover, DE (group)

2019

HOW TO GET HOME Schömberger Fotoherbst, DE (group)

2019

TRACHTWERK SCHAU, Frankenberg, DE (group)

2019

HOW TO GET HOME Sony World Photo Awards, Somerset House, London, GB (group)

2018

NICHT MÜDE WERDEN KuK Monschau, Aachen, DE (group)

2018

HOW TO GET HOME, MINTxGoethe Exil (screening)

2018

HOW TO GET HOME Obscura Festival 2018, Georgetown Penang, MYS (screening)

2018

NICHT MÜDE WERDEN Galerie für Fotografie, Hannover, DE (group)

2017

HOW TO GET HOME, Block88, Soweto/Johannesburg, SA (solo)

2014

NACH NEUEM TRACHTEN, Castle Bückeburg, DE

2014

NACH NEUEM TRACHTEN, Berlin Fashion Week, Lower Saxony State Chancellery, Berlin, DE (group)

2014

INTIME OUTTIME Photokina, Cologne, DE

2013

MOSAIK ISTANBUL Galerie Kulturreich, Hamburg, DE (group)

In Conversation

2022

WHAT COUNTS laif agency annual meeting, artist talk

2020

NICHT MÜDE WERDEN Lumix Festival Podcast #4 Stereotypes

2020

NICHT MÜDE WERDEN freiraum für fotografie Artist Talk