Anna-Tia Buss is a Swiss photographer and multimedia artist. Her artistic approach integrates her own life's experience and travels in different countries, questioning the feeling of belonging, identity and womanhood in our society. In her photography Anna-Tia plays with the boundaries between documentary and staged imagery, while exploring a collaborative angle.
Anna-Tia is a member of the Swiss photographer association Near.
Available for assignments and collaborations!
2019 - BA Visual Communication - Camera Arts, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland
2019 - «Transcending documentary: storytelling as a tool for social change» with Tanya Habjouqa, International Summer School of Photography (ISSP) in Zalenieki, Latvia
2018 - Erasmus semester at the Danish School of Media and Journalism, Aarhus, Denmark.
2018 - Canon Student Programme at Visa Pour l’Image
2015 - Swiss Federal Capacity Diploma for photography (CFC) at CEPV, Vevey, Switzerland.
I never realized - collective exhibition "Positionen zeitgenössische Künstlerinnen" at Kunstpavillion ,August - September 2019, Lucerne, Switzerland.
I never realized - "print" collective exhibition of the India Photofest 2019, at the State Art Gallery, September - October 20th 2019, Hyderabad, India.
I never realized - collective exhibition during the Fotofestival Lenzburg , May - June 2019, Lenzburg, Switzerland.
I never realized - collective exhibition in Photoforum Pasquart , December 2018 - January 2019, Biel, Switzerland.
Twenties - exhibited at La Grange de Dorigny , Mai 2018, Lausanne, Switzerland
I never realized published in December 2018 issue of International Photography Magazine
I never realized published in November 2018 issue of Marie Claire, Hungary
Photos of women's march 2019 in Bishkek Kygrysztan published in Slate fr
Awards / Grants
I never realized selected in the Flash Forward 2019 competition of the Magenta Foundation
Pomegranates grow in winter Shortlisted for Lucie Foundation Award 2018
I never realized nominated for the body section of the Photography Grant 2018
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