Jette Stolte is a German photographer and visual artist based in Berlin. She is known for her unique and captivating images that explore the relationship between people and their environment.

Stolte was born in Berlin in 1975, and began her career as a photographer in the early 2000s. She studied photography at the University of Applied Sciences in Bielefeld, Germany, where she developed her signature style of combining documentary photography with fine art elements.

Stolte’s work has been featured in numerous exhibitions around the world, including at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and the Centre Pompidou in Paris. Her photographs have also been published in magazines such as Vogue, GQ, and The New Yorker.

In addition to her photographic work, Stolte has also created video installations for galleries and museums. Her videos often explore themes of identity and belonging within urban environments.

Stolte’s work has been recognized with numerous awards, including a World Press Photo Award for her series “The City That Never Sleeps” (2009). In 2017 she was awarded the prestigious Hasselblad Masters Award for her series “The Human Condition” (2016).

Stolte continues to live and work in Berlin where she is currently working on a new series exploring themes of memory and nostalgia.

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