Carolin Rechberg is an interdisciplinary Fine Artist, born in Starnberg, Germany. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the California College of the Arts, a Master of Fine Arts in Painting from the San Francisco Art Institute, and a Master in Art and Art Education from Teachers College, Columbia University.
Rechberg, has taught as Teaching Assistant in Advanced Painting and Drawing at the San Francisco Art Institute. At Teachers College, she held the position of studio manager of the Printmaking Studios, whilst being a Teaching Assistant for Etching, Lithography, Woodcut and Silkscreen.
Through the exploration and study of art, Carolin Rechberg gains insight into layers, principles, patterns and rhythms which come together to inform artwork and life. The work is guided by instinctual and considered gesture.
Rechberg’s work, places value in the experiences and recognitions involved and drawn from the artistic processes. She highlights in her own process, the importance of being present through a focused awareness of multisensory perception.
The medium is dependent on content, situation and space. The resulting body of work comprises of drawing, installation, painting, performance, photography, printmaking, sculpture, writing or voice.
Carolin Rechberg’s work has been exhibited in Solo and Group Exhibitions, in California, and in New York, Miami and Osaka, Japan and Spain. Exhibitions include; Studio Works at Teachers College, New York, the WAA Woman Art Award Exhibition inSpain, the Art Expo New York, Annual Lucid Art Foundation, Root One Gallery in California, Artbox.Project at Miami Art Weeks, 40th Anniversary Art Slant Open Studios' in San Francisco, the Spectrum Art Auction presented by the Access Institute in San Francisco, Bracing Boundaries' on New York Times Square, the Osaka Printmaking Competition, ‘Living Process’ at ’re-' Exhibited at the Diego Rivera Gallery and the Walter McBean Gallery Rooftop in San Francisco, the Sanchez Art Centre Printmaking exhibition, at The Raven for the Healdsburg Jazz Festival and more.
Her work has received Art Prizes, International Book Publications, the support of Scholarships, Artist Residencies, such as the Lucid Art Foundation in California and the Centro de Arte de Curaumilla in Chile.