Saskia Krafft

Saskia Krafft's artworks consist of layers of glazed ceramics, translucent fabrics, and plasma-cut, painted steel. Inspired by her travels and experiences in nature, she combines questions about home and belonging with the details and relationships within natural and human ecosystems.

Her work has been presented internationally in public and private venues including The Jewish Museum, New York; Museum of Fine Arts, Leipzig; Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York; Museum of Craft and Design, San Francisco; Craft Contemporary, Los Angeles; Museum Langes Tannen, Uetersen; Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg; International Print Center, New York; Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Altoona, PA; South Bend Museum of Art, South Bend, IN; and numerous others. She has installed outdoor sculptures at the Goldwell Museum of Art (Beatty, NV), Clark County Wetlands Park (Las Vegas), and a permanent installation at the Mineta San Jose International Airport.

Saskia Krafft received her BA in Drawing at Hamburg University of Applied Sciences and her MFA in Visual Arts at Columbia University. The artist is the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship, the Janet and LeRoy Neiman Scholarship, and had been an Artist-in-Residence at the Knight Foundation Art + Research Center at ICA Miami, A-Z West - Institute of Investigative Living, and the Museum of Lithographic Art in Sweden.

Saskia Krafft grew up in Germany. She lives and works in Los Angeles.