Julia Reinhart

There is a sense of serenity and timelessness in Reinhart’s imagery, a conscious counterbalance to the brutality she witnessed as a photo journalist. Her ethereal images rest upon sublime compositions, blurring the line between reality and fantasy. Between art––and life. As a photographer she draws on the old masters such as Eddie Adams, Margaret Bourke-White and Vivian Maier, who all conveyed a sense of ”being there,” along with the minimalism of Piet Mondrian and the school of Bauhaus. Reinhart’s journalistic mages have been published in medias such as CNN, BBC, New York Times, Washington Post, Der Spiegel, Le Figaro, La Republica, and Rolling Stone to name a few. And her art has been exhibited in New York, Gothenburg, and Zürich.