Katharina Bosse works on gender and biography based longterm projects. She uses analog darkroom photography as well as digital collages. Katharina Bosse was born in Turku, Finland in 1968. After living in New York from the mid-90s for almost a decade, she moved to Germany in 2003, making art, raising children and teaching as professor for photography in Bielefeld, Germany. Her work is in the collections of the MoMA and Maison Européenne de la Photographie, and has been published by magazines including The New Yorker, Spin, Geo, Der Spiegel and the New York Times Magazine.

Katharina Bosse is actively working on creating more visibility for female identifying photographers through curating and publishing. She is a member of and runs the curatorial programme at the the project gallery “Elsa” in Bielefeld, Germany.