Franziska Klotz, born in 1979 in Dresden, lives and works in Berlin. She studied painting at the Berlin-Weißensee School of Art and was a master class student in 2006. In 2005 she received the Max Ernst Prize. Her recent solo and group exhibitions include Points of Resistance (Zionskirche, Berlin, 2021), Franziska Klotz/Patricia Ayres – Malerei und Skulptur (Franziska Klotz / Patricia Ayres – Painting and Sculpture) (Galerie Kornfeld, Berlin, 2020), The Youth Are Getting Restless (Glashaus, Freiburg, 2020), Berlin Papers in New York (Carlton Arms Hotel, New York), Ein Monument für Wolfgang Neuss (A Monument for Wolfgang Neuss) (Projektraum Haus am Lützowplatz Berlin, 2019), Franziska Klotz, Charim Events (Vienna, 2018), This is the Sea (Fanø Art Museum, Denmark, 2018 ), The Pleasure of Love (City Museum, Belgrade, 2016), BALAGAN!!! (Max Liebermann Haus, Berlin, 2016), Peace and Paper (Iran Contemporary Art Biennale, 2016), Imagination und Inszenierung (Imagination and Staging) (Bauart Galeri, Istanbul, 2015), and the IV Moscow International Biennale for Young Art (Moscow, 2014). In 2013 the catalogue Franziska Klotz (ed. Galerie Kornfeld Berlin) was published, and in 2019 the catalogue Ölregen (ed. Q Galerie/Kulturforum Schorndorf).
Franziska Klotz was a resident at Tarabya Cultural Academy from May to October 2015 and from January to February 2018.