Jasmine Shah – Vita



1983 geboren in Castrop-Rauxel
2008-2012 University of Applied Sciences, BA – Photo Design and Media, Bielefeld, Germany
2010-2011 Moholy Nague University of Art and Design, Erasmus, two Semester – Photo Design, Budapest, Hungary
2013-2014 Academy of Art University, Photography – Fulbright Scholarship Recipient, specializing in Photojournalism, San Francisco, United States of America
2014-2016 University of Applied Sciences, MA – Photo Design and Media, Bielefeld


2010 Drag Kings Two in One – Womens Cultural Center, Bielefeld, Germany
2010 Drag Kings Two in One – Weberei Art Center, Gütersloh. Germany
2011 Drag Kings Two in One – Pandoras Club, Bielefeld, Germany
2011 Homeless, Tüzrakter, Budapest, Hungary
2012 Shelter, Final Presentation, Bielefeld, Germany
2012 Shelter, Genossin Emma, Bielefeld, Germany
2013 Rockabilly, Queers Bar, Bielefeld, Germany
2013 Rockabilly, Weberei Art Center, Gütersloh, Germany
2014 The World that we Live in, Galerie 61, Bielefeld, Germany
2014 The World that i live in – Benders Bar, San Francisco, United States of America
2015 Off Space, Galerie 61, Bielefeld, Germany
2015 Virtual Reality – Henrietta Gäste und Kulturhaus, Norderney, Germany
2016 No Go Go Now – Nachtansichten 2016, Galerie 61, Bielefeld


2010 Figuring out, Taking Shape, Facing in, Gallery at the London College of Communication, London, england
2010 Drag Kings Two in one – Photomeetings Festival Luxembourg, Luxembourg
2010 Not Yet titled, Westwerk Art Space, Hamburg, Germany
2010 Nebensaison/Off -season, Milestones, Bielefeld, Germany
2011 The other side – Photography from Eastern Europe, Bielefeld, Germany
2011 Melancholie Festival – Kamp, Bielefeld, Germany
2012 Vulvaart – Monolith Artspace, online
2013 Vulvaart – Womens Cultural Centre, Bielefeld, Germany
2014 Medialaw – Art Market, Budapest, Hungary
2015 Pollution – Bildsprachen, Gelsenkirchen
2015 Pollution – Moscow Fotoawards, Moscow, Russia


Jasmine Shah
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