Aindreas Scholz

Born to an Anglo-Irish mother and a Sudeten-German father in Wiesbaden, Germany,
Scholz grew up in a bilingual family home, dividing his time between Ireland and Germany.
After his formative years, Scholz studied photography at the Technological University Dublin
(TU Dublin) under the tutelage of Dr Anthony Haughey, developing a keen interest in visual narratives.
Scholz then relocated to London, United Kingdom, undertaking postgraduate studies at
Goldsmiths College, University of London, where he deepened his understanding of critical and
contemporary art-making theories and practices under the mentorship of several Turner Prize–winning
artists including Dr Elizabeth Price, Grayson Perry, Mark Leckey, and Laure Prouvost.
Scholz subsequently trained as a teacher at the Institute of Education, University College London,
developing specialist subject-specific skills for teaching art and photography to young people.

Scholz's work has been exhibited widely across Europe. Recent exhibitions include Rotlicht
Festival for Analog Photography (joint winner), Vienna, Austria; Climanosco (invited artist),
Schaffhausen, Switzerland; Rotterdam Photo Festival 2022 XL (joint winner), Rotterdam, The Netherlands,
PhotoIreland Festival 2022 (invited artist), Dublin, Ireland and Extraction: Loss and Restoration
(invited artist), King’s Lynn, United Kingdom. Upcoming exhibitions include FUTURES Photography 2023,
Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Scholz has works in the collections of the Office of Public Works, Ireland; NHS Foundation Trust,
England; Goldsmiths College, United Kingdom, and Frédéric de Goldschmidt, Belgium.
Scholz currently lives and works in London, United Kingdom.


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