Profilpicture of Anna Schoelss(c) Magdalena Jooss

Anna Schölß is a visual artist, curator and Co-Founder of K&K Bündnis Kunst und Kind. Her works operate at the interface between abstract painting, spatial installation and experiment, which she negotiates in the context of socially relevant issues, particularly on the subject of transformation. In this context she also deals with the value and changing values of care and thus raises the question of the significance and visibility of care work.

Based on her own experiences as an artist and mother, she founded K&K Bündnis Kunst und Kind München together with Gabi Blum in 2018 - an initiative of visual artists with care responsibilities. K&K organized numerous exhibitions, political actions and projects and is now active nationwide. With alliance partners are organising nationwide campaigns to draw attention to the problem of the poor compatibility of care work and art
and the low visibility of female artists.

Anna Schölß completed her studies in stage design and painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in 2012. Since 2018 she has been running her initiative K&K Bündnis Kunst und Kind München with Gabi Blum. She is curator of the exhibition series TRANSFORMATIONEN. In 2023 she took part in the exhibition "Waschen Putzen Sorgen. Care Work in Art since 1960" at the Josef Albers Museum Bottrop.

Anna ist part of the Round Table at the visual artists | diverse conditions conference in 2024.