United States

German-born artist, Artemis Herber has exhibited throughout the US, Germany, UK, Italy and Spain. Highlights include Lost Spaces, Kunstverein Paderborn, Room Installation at Munich International Airport, Cardboard City at the Goethe-Institut, Washington, DC, No Man’s Land at Artisphere in Arlington, VA, (Un)Common Spaces at the Spartanburg Art Museum, SC, This End Up-The Art of Cardboard at the San Jose Museum of Art, National Trust’s Newark Park and Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum, Gloucestershire UK, and "Be Read more...yond/In Western New York" at the Albright-Knox Gallery, NY. In 2015, Herber successfully accomplished her first public art project for Patterson Park in Baltimore. She was recently awarded with a public art project at the DC Waterfront in Washington, DC. Herber is a Baltimore Sculpture Project prize recipient, The National Weather Biennale (Noman, OK) Best in Show Award winner and a Sondheim Semifinalist at MICA. Her work has been featured in various publications such as LandEscape Now!, Studio Visit Magazine, Art Ascent Art & Literature Journal, One Hundred Days by Contaminate, NYC and in an Artist Interview Series through the Linus Galleries in LA. She was also awarded a residency in 2017 at The Rensing Center in Pickens, SC. Artemis engages in cross-cultural relationships through the International Visitors Program, Research Trip: Dialogue between Art and Nature – Methods and Strategies of Curating Art in Public Space, by invitation from the International Cultural Relations of NRW KULTURsekretariat, and via global artist collaborations and curatorial projects. As former president of the Washington Sculptors Group Herber has created strategies and concepts for Art in Nature and land use projects with the Baltimore County Agricultural Center. She partners with the University of the District of Columbia for CAUSE that investigates trans-disciplinary concepts between arts and scientific fields of urban agriculture in mega cities. As curator for Transatlantic Cultural Projects, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany Herber has created Micro-Monuments at the Salzlandmuseum and Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic Studies, and curated Micro-Monuments II: Underground as an American-German transatlantic collaboration at Hillyer Art Space in Washington, DC. Recent solo exhibitions include “Authochthon” at Arlington Arts Center in VA, “Erratic Landscapes” at McLean Projects for the Arts, VA, “Shifting Identities/Humanity in Nature, Artemis Herber and Michelle Dickson” at the King Street Gallery, Montgomery College, MD and “Liminal States” at the Delaplaine Arts Center in Maryland.

Skills: print from digital collage