Sophie Reinhold responds in her typically humorous and satirical manner to her surroundings, creating subversive narratives of historical, social and moral themes. She was born 1981, in Berlin and studied under Antje Majewski at Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee, prior to that under Amelie von Wulffen at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and at the Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig. Recent solo and duo exhibitions include at CFA (Berlin, 2020); galerie philippzollinger (Zurich, 2020); Kunstverein Reutlingen (2019); Sundogs (Paris, 2019); Schiefe Zähne (Berlin, 2018); Rüdiger Schöttle (Munich, 2018) and Sophie Tappeiner (Vienna, 2017). In addition, she has participated in numerous group shows, such as at Andrew Kreps (New York, 2021); Kunstverein Ingolstadt (2019); Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (2019) and Freedman Fitzpatrick (Paris, 2018). In 2012, Reinhold was the recipient of the Villa Romana Prize and therefore completed an artist residency in Florence.

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Group exhibition, Andrew Kreps, New York, 2021


Untitled, 2018, marble powder and graphite on canvas, 160 x 150 cm


Portrait of a young woman, 2015, oil on marble powder on canvas, 60 x 50 cm

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Solo exhibition, DEAR HANNES, Schiefe Zähne, Berlin, 2018

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Solo exhibition, the ballad of the lost hops, SUNDOGS, Paris, 2019


Solo exhibition, DAS KANN DAS LEBEN KOSTEN, CFA Berlin, 2020