Nina Laaf

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Hilden, Germany
Alma materState Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe

Nina Laaf (*1977 in Hilden) is a German sculptor


Laaf studied from 2010 to 2017 at the State Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe in classes of Silvia Bächli, John Bock and Harald Klingelhöller. She was a master student of Harald Klingelhöller from 2016 to 2017. Nina Laaf lives and works in Karlsruhe.


Nina Laaf constructs large sculptures and room-sized installations from several small elements. She deliberately juxtaposes different materials, forms and colours. Her artistic forms are based on everyday objects, which Nina Laaf removes from their conventional context.

Laaf's large-scale installations demand the participation of the viewer. Her works often refer specifically to their exhibition site.

Exhibitions (selection)

Individual exhibitions (selection)

  • 2018: Nina Laaf - tiptoe | Städtische Gallerie | Karlsruhe[1]
  • 2016: Diploma betwixt | Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe[2]

Group exhibitions (selection)

  • 2019: wave, Skulpturenradweg, Seckach[3]
  • 2018: Embarkation - Nina Laaf & Lukas Giesler, Galerie Sebastianskapelle, Ulm[4]
  • 2017: TOP 0017 - Exhibition of the master students of the AdBK Karlsruhe, Kunsthalle Göppingen, Göppingen[5]
  • 2017: 23rd Karlsruhe Artists' Fair, Karlsruhe Regional Council[6]
  • 2016: Regionale #17 - Opportunism | EADAEN | Strasbourg, France[7]
  • 2016: Regionale #17 - Vom Tragen und Stützen, M54, Basel, Switzerland[8]
  • 2016: Art trail on Reichenbach #11(2016-2018), Gernsbach[9]


  • 2019: Scholarship holder at the Cité internationale des arts Paris (stay 2020)[10]
  • 2018: Scholarship from the state of Baden-Württemberg
  • 2018: Hanna Nagel Preis[11][12]
  • 2017: Prize of the 23rd Karlsruhe Artists' Fair[13]
  • 2013: Prize of the Academy, winter exhibition State Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe

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