Johanna-Maria Fritz (1994) studied photography at the  »Ostkreuz Schule für Fotografie« in Berlin/Germany.
She is an assistant of Daniel Josefsohn, shot the cover of the music album  »Atlas« by the German Indie band  »Fuck Art Let´s Dance« and has been published in well-known magazines and newspapers like National Geographic, Spiegel and Die Zeit. Her artwork has been shown at important German exhibition space C/O Berlin. She has exhibited worldwide in countries like Australia, France, Germany, Switzerland as well as China, Iceland, Ukraine and the US. Johanna-Maria lives and works in Berlin.

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