ascher clemens

bauer paul

bohusch wolfgang

bollenberger ulrike

brucic carmen

de keller sandra

del missier renée

freuis catharina

gavrich irina

girardoni johannes

guschelbauer markus

hardegg luise

hosch rainer

klomfar bruno

koller severin

larcher claudia

manfredi anja

monaco julie

nguyen monika

oberndorfer markus

okazaki elsa

oláh stefan

ribarits tina

rodiek romy

sailer gregor

schell moritz

schmid anita


traxler helga

waldschütz andreas

zeisel magdalena

ziegler laurent



Participation at the Exhibition ::MOODS:: (2013)

The principle of collage characterizes Manfredi’s working method.
She produces photographic tableaus which play with images within images, creating concentrations and evoking associations. During her early years, her material comprised extensive staging and figures of her own body; in the meantime, she also draws upon image and text reproductions from various printed sources as well as photographs of re-enactments. With these re-creations and interpretations, executed by people from her artistic and scientific circle, Manfredi reflects historic body concepts and social conventions.
– Rebekka Reuter


Born in 1978 in Lienz, Anja Manfredi graduated from the School of Artistic Photography in Vienna where she studied with Friedl Kubelka, and also studied art and photography with Prof. Eva Schlegel at the Academy of Visual Arts in Vienna. Since 2010 she has been the director of the Friedl Kubelka School for Artistic Photography in Vienna. Her work has won the Theodor Körner Prize for Science and Art (2010) and the Encouragement Award for Contemporary Art of the State of Tyrol (2007); she has been awarded scholarships for foreign travel by the Austrian Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture; her work has been featured in numerous collective exhibits, e.g. at the Winterthur Museum of Photography, Switzerland (2009), and solo exhibits, most recently at the Galerie OstLicht, Vienna (2013) and at the Rupertinum Museum der Moderne in Salzburg (2012). Anja Manfredi lives and works in Vienna.