Claudius Schulze is an artist and researcher, working with photography.

His interest is in technology, nature, and their societal consequences.

Claudius Schulze holds a degree in Conflict Analysis and Resolution and is pursuing a Ph.D. on big data and artistic research.

His latest book State of Nature explores the age of climate change and natural disasters in the European Landscape. It was selected by Rencontres de la Photographie Arles, Aperture/Paris Photo, and Prix Pictet for their respective awards.

Together with writer Oskar Piegsa he collects the stuff that makes Europe. Their endeavour is turning historic faster than they would like to.

Claudius Schulze's work is regularly published and exhibited internationally. It is held by various private and public collections.

The self-built raft The Conquest of the Improbable serves as his mobile artist studio. He sailed it to Paris and Amsterdam as part of the official programming of Unseen Amsterdamy and Hamburg Triennial of Photography.

You can reach him at and his gallery at

Ongoing & Upcoming Exhibitions:
Artis Amsterdam (30 Jan '18-'19)
Münchner Stadtmuseum (22 Jun-16 Sep '18)
Noorderlicht (23 Jun-23 Sep '18)

Selected Past Exhibitions:
Robert Morat Galerie, Berlin (8. Sept-11 Nov '17)
Galerie für Fotografie, Hanover (13. Dec-14 Jan '18)
Triennial of Photography Hamburg (7-17 Jun '18)
Fotofestiwal Łódź (23 Jun - 1 Jul '18)
Münchner Stadtmuseum (22 Jun-16 Sep '18)
Noorderlicht (23 Jun-23 Sep '18)
Upcoming Talks:
Hamburger Kunsthalle: Entfesselte Natur (12h - 23 Sept. '18)