Stefanie Winter


Diplom in Freier Kunst an der Akademie der Bildenden Künste München

B.A. in Germanistik und Informatik an der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München



Stipendium für die Sommerakademie Salzburg

Förderung durch den Stipendienfond der Akademie der Bildenden Künste München

Stipendium des Max-Weber-Programms


In Teilen daher kommen, Diplomausstellung, Akademie der Bildenden Künste München, München

Mehrfach beweglich, Sommergalerie Zöbing
Three of a perfect pair, Akademie der Bildenden Künste München, München
Auf ein Ei geschrieben, Halle50, München

Zwischen Gestern und Morgen, Museum Kurhaus Kleve, Kleve
Kabinett, nodepressionroom, München
galactic cellar, Galaxieoffgalerie, Nürnberg
Layers, AkademieGalerie, München

Klasse Pia Fries, Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst, München
SuperBOOKS, Haus der Kunst, München
Young Artist Room: Stefanie Winter, Braun-Falco Galerie, München
Alles Paletti, Pasinger Fabrik, München

Patch, Installation im öffentlichen Raum, München
Pulli wird Wand|Installation im öffentlichen Raum|München

AAAAAAA | Groundwork | München

Safari | Akademie der Bildenden Künste Nürnberg| Nürnberg
Lucky Freeze 2|Akademie der Bildenden Künste München|München
Lucky Freeze|Universität der Künste Berlin| Berlin


“In my pictures, I revisit some themes again and again, such as the supposed and the familiar, the thin line between tragedy and comedy, the relationship between figure and background and the tipping from narrowness to expanse. My works are created in intertwined processes in which rough turns are also permitted and details become content. Narrative ideas of heterogeneity and fragmentation are made visible through the interweaving, overlapping and repetition of different elements. I have a particular interest in sensibilities, language and perception. The formal language in my works is sometimes more abstract and sometimes more representational, but I am always concerned with how color surfaces and structures condition and react to each other. In doing so, I work closely with the material properties and explicitly incorporate them into the picture.
Texture is an essential element of my paintings, and surfaces are just as important as what is painted. The tactile properties of plaster and fabric, for example, are incorporated in the same way as the type of brushstroke. They in turn create volume, folds or resistances that are reflected in the painting. For me, it is essential that the chosen materiality merges with the content of the picture, so that something unique emerges, form and depicted object react to each other and go beyond the visible in their connection. “

Stefanie Winter