Mia Florentine Weiss

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Mia Florentine Weiss (2019)

Mia Florentine Weiss is a conceptual and performance artist. She uses various artistic genres and materials in her oeuvre like installation, sculpture, assemblage (objét trouvé), text, graphics as well as multimedia.[1][2][citation needed]

Her work has been in several exhibitions and art fairs.

Selected Exhibitions[edit]

Mia Florentine Weiss (* 1980 Würzburg) is a performative concept artist born in Germany. Her work encompasses various artistic disciplines such as performance, text, blood, installation, sculpture, objéts trouves, photography and film.

She created a sculpture which can be either read as Love or Hate depending on which side it is looked at. Since 2018, she has run a pro European campaign #LOVEUROPE with the LOVE HATE sculpture in different countries in and outside Europe: Germany, France, Russia, Czech Republic.

Her work has been shown in Museums and Art fairs internationally.

In June 2018, her work was included in Die BUNTE Art in the Museum of Urban and Contemporary Art in Munich, Germany alongside Andy Warhol and contemporary artists Mirko Borsche, Carsten Fock, Roger Fritz, Hell Gette, Michael von Hassel, Olaf Nicolai, Anselm Reyle, Benjamin Roeder, Stefan Strumbel, Laurence de Valmy, Wolfgang Wilde.

Further reading[edit]

  • Oelmann, Sabine: „Zwischen Liebe und Hass Mia Florentine Weiss, Madonna of Art". Published on 4 April 2017 auf n-tv Online
  • Gisbourne, Mark und Broecking, Maxi: Mia Florentine Weiss. Ten Years of Work. 2006-2016, Berlin: Galerie Friedmann-Hahn, 2016
  • Pirich, Carolin: „Man braucht Ackergäule, keine Flügel". Published on 5 December 2015 in taz Online
  • Anonymer Autor: Sonderausstellung: Mit „Pegasus" rund um die mitnichten heile Welt. Published on 18 November 2015 in Frankfurter Neue Presse Online
  • Stillbauer, Thomas: Senckenberg-Naturmuseum: Auf der Suche nach Zuflucht. Published on 13 November 2015 in Frankfurter Rundschau Online
  • Scholz, Claudia: Kunstprojekt für Flüchtlinge: Die Suche nach Geborgenheit. Published on 12 November 2015 in Cicero Online
  • Bok, Anna: Top 6 Highlights: Berlin Art Week. Published on 14 September 2015 in Harpers Bazaar Online
  • Kathe, Sandra: Senckenberg-Museum: Pegasus’ Reise beginnt am Main. Published on 20 April 2015 in Frankfurter Neue Presse Online
  • Magel, Eva-Maria: Achtung, fliegendes Pferd! .Published on Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung Online
  • Dörrenberg, Clemens: Senckenberg: Ein Pferd schwebt ins Museum..Published on 19 April 2015 in Frankfurter Rundschau Online
  • Albers Ben Chamo, Sophie: Pegasus Projekt: Kunst entlang der Flüchtlingsrouten. Published on 7 September 2015 in Stern Online


  1. ^ "Mia Florentine Weiss – Urban Nation". urban-nation.com. Retrieved 20 July 2019.
  2. ^ "Live and work in a cool Berlin industrial loft". My Stylery. 18 June 2016. Retrieved 20 July 2019.

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