Corinna Rosteck, born in 1968, grew up in Ibiza and in
Hameln. She completed her master class studies in Painting and Art Photography
at the University of Arts in Berlin, Printmaking Fine Art at the Central St.
Martin's College of Fine Art in London and photo media at the International
Center of Photography in New York. After spending time in London, Paris,
Zaragoza, Muscat (Oman) and Abu Dhabi, the artist now lives and works in
On water, dance and photography
Since her early childhood, Corinna Rosteck spends several
months each year in Ibiza, the legendary "white island". This island,
a kaleidoscope of alternative life forms, was her artistic 'coming out', her
yearning place. Corinna Rosteck's atmospheric snapshots of this near surreal
enclave present Ibiza as a sensual continuum, as a stable myth and a childhood
dream that gets to spring back to life year for year. Here, her first creative
works, aquarelle, are animated by artists of the Spanish art scene, such as
Tapiez, Miró or Group Zero.
Picturesque photography on metal
The reflective, metallic picture surfaces used in Corinna
Rosteck's photographs, which at first sight appear cold and closed, seem to
open up upon closer inspection. The dialogue between viewer and photography
gives rise to a form of liveliness and immediacy, since the reflective and
luminous water alternates between representational reproduction and abstract
An established artist full of passion
Corinna Rosteck's works are shown in numerous local and
international exhibitions. She is a member of the German Society for
Photography in Cologne and the Deutscher Künstlerbund (German Artists'
Association). Her works can be found among public collections around the world,
including in Frankfurt, Berlin and Abu Dhabi.