Layers of patterns and organic rhythms, guided by instinctual and considered gestures, inform the work of Carolin Rechberg. Her resulting mediums include painting, printmaking, drawing and sculpture and incorporate both traditional and contemporary practices. Often taking the form of large-scale installations, her works challenge the conventional notions of what is a painting, pushing the limits of the material and the medium through informed experimentations. Structurally informed by abstract expressionism as viewed through a post-modern feminist lens, her work includes the interdisciplinarity and improvisational qualities of American Jazz, vocal ensembles and lyrical performance. For Rechberg, mark making is a portal to her psyche and subconscious. Her embodied understanding of traditional technique enriches and connects her work to the experimental contexts of contemporary art. 

     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, Columbia University, New York; the WAA Woman Art Award Exhibition, Spain; Art Expo New York, NY; Annual Lucid Art Foundation, CA; Root One Gallery; CA, Artbox.Project at Miami Art Weeks, FL; 40th Anniversary Art Slant Open Studios', CA; Spectrum Access Institute Art Auction presented, CA; ‘Bracing Boundaries' on New York Times Square, NY; Osaka Printmaking Competition; Osaka, Japan, ‘Living Process’ and ‘re-' Exhibited at the Diego Rivera Gallery and the Walter McBean Gallery Rooftop at the San Francisco Art Institute; CA, the Sanchez Art Centre Printmaking exhibition, CA; the Healdsburg Jazz Festival, Healdsburg, CA and more. 

     Her work has received numerous awards including the Artist of the Feature, Contemporary Curator Art Magazine, 2020, Woman Art Award, Musa International, Spain, 2018; Certificate of Excellence ArtArvita Art Contest New York ArtExpo 2017; Honorary Diploma Berliner Art Prize, Art Management Berlin, Germany, 2015; the Leonardo da Vinci Prize (2015) and the the Botticelli Prize for 'Merit in Art' (2014) Effetto d' Arte, Italy. Her work has been seen in magazines such as VOGUE UK, Tatler, House and Garden, World of Interiors, WIRED, and GQ. She has been published in Literature such as Hidden Treasures Art Magazine, Inspiration Art Book, International Contemporary Masters XI and Contemporary Art of Excellence. She was an Artist in Residence at the Lucid Art Foundation, USA, Centro de Arte de Curaumilla, Chile and New York Studio Residency, AICAD Mobility Program. Rechberg primarily works in the mediums of Ceramics, Drawing, Installation, Painting, Performance, Printmaking, Photography, Poetry and Sculpture.