Claudia Fischer lives and works in Lisbon and Jena.
She studied Linguistics and English and Russian literature at Friedrich Schiller University in Jena and at the Institute Pushkin in Moscow, Photography in Kent College of Art and Design, Rochester and Bournemouth College of Art and Design, Photo and art media in Hochshule Fur Grafik und-Buchkunst Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig and Master of Fine Arts at the Bauhaus University, Weimar and Oxford Brookes University.
Some of her major solo exhibitions: in 2018, Spatien, Galeria Belo-Galsterer, Lisbon; in 2015, Ausloten, Galeria Belo-Galsterer, Lisbon; in 2014, Anderswo, Jenaer Kunstverein; Verankern; in 2012, St. Augustine’s Monastery, Gotha; Kostbare Fracht; in 2011, Loris Gallery Berlin, Bodenlos; in 2010, Inventur; Gallery Schöning, Frankfurt a. Main, Expedition; in 2009, Heimische Arten; and in 2007, Gallery Stadtspeicher Jena, Personal Belongings;
Some of her major group exhibitions: Paperworks III. Landscape without Landscape (2016), Galeria Belo-Galsterer, Lisboa; Bodo Graef Art Award (2015) Romantikerhaus Jena, Power & Art (2014), Thuringian Parliament, Sinn (Lichkeit) Der Dinge (2013), Monastery Zehdenick, Natura. Paisagem e Natureza (2013), Nogueira da Silva Museum, Braga , In Transit (2012), Month of Photography, East Station Berlin, The Best Of All Possible Worlds (2011), Carpe Diem Art and research, Lisbon, Ulysses Fascination-Voyages Without Frontiers (2008), Territories of Transition (2007), Luis Serpa Projects Gallery, Lisbon, Lisbonne / Lisboa (2004), Grande Halle de la Vilette, Paris. Works in several public and private collections: Thuringian Ministry of Science, Research and Art, Art Collection of the Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, DE; Jenacon Foundation, Jena, DE; BESArt Collection / Novo Banco, Lisboa, PT; Museu Temporário, PT; Museu Nacional da Ciéncia e Técnica, Coimbra, PT.