Regina Weiss lives and works in Berlin.
2007-2009: Master in Art-in-Public, University of Fine Arts, Berlin-Weißensee
2003-2005: Postgraduate degree, University of Fine Arts, Dresden
1997-2003: Master in Fine Arts; Studies at the University of Fine Arts, Dresden and the Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm


2021: Award/funding Neustart Kultur, Foundation Kulturwerk / VG-Bild
2020: Draussenstadt, Project Funding, Office for Culture / Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg / Berlin
2018: Berlin Neukölln Art Award 2018
2017: Foundation Kunstfonds, project funding for Berlin Artists Connected
2016: Cultural Foundation of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Berlin, project funding for the publication Regina Weiss – On the Present of a Past Culture of Remembrance
2015: Shortlist – Hans and Lea Grundig Prize 2015
2013: Exhibition funding by the Office for Culture and Monument Protection of the City of Dresden and the Cultural Foundation Dresden of the Dresdner Bank for the site-specific installation Simulacrum City, exhibition space bautzner69
2012: Project funding by the Hermann Ditze Foundation for Pavillon Visionnaire/Les Casses des Voix, Biennale Regard Bénin
2007: Award/funding, Cultural Foundation of Saxony
2004/05: dynamo-eintracht, award/funding, Cultural Foundation of Dresdner Bank
2003-05: HWP-Award – scholarship for women in arts and sciences

Representation in art collections

Commerzbank art collection
Swiss private art collection


Regina Weiss – On the Present of a Past Culture of Remembrance, publish&print publishing house, Dresden 2016, ISBN 978-3-946339-06-9
Manual for the redesign of the Lueger monument, (Ed. Working Group for the Transformation of the Lueger Monument into a Memorial against Anti-Semitism and Racism), Vienna 2011, ZVR: 662773619
Back to the Front – Romantic Traditions in German and Polish Art Today, (Ed. Kaja Poprawska), Póznan 2007, ISBN 978-83-925646-0-7
Regina Weiss – we come again, we become more and more, Hesperus publishing house, Potsdam 2006, ISBN: 978-3-932607-14-1
Culture Invest Dresden, Publishing House for Modern Art, Nuremberg 2006, ISBN 3-939738-03-4
Germany seeks…, Revolver – Archive for Contemporary Art, Frankfurt a.M. 2005, ISBN 3-86588-096-7

Solo and group exhibitions

Miss you, Art gallery Jesuitenkirche, Aschaffenburg, 2023 / Tracing, Tempelhof Museum, Berlin, 2023 / Forming communities: berlin ways – 道法柏林,而游于外, KINDL – Center for contemporary art, Berlin, 2022/23 / Walking – A Wide Field, exhibition project in public space, Neuruppin, 2022 / a little piece invisibility, Gallery alte feuerwache, Berlin (cat.), 2021 / Wandering – Moving – Measuring – Locating, Art Association Ebersberg, Ebersberg, 2021 / fair share, Old Nationalgallery, Berlin, 2020 / together now!, Exhibition space bautzner69, Dresden, 2020 /Voices!, Willy Brandt House, Berlin, 2019 / Glances & Traces – Contemporary Sculpture Beyond Abstraction and Figuration, CLB, Berlin, 2019 / Neuköllner Art Award, Saalbau-Gallery, Berlin, 2018 / City Land River, Gallery M, Berlin, 2018 / When it gets dark, everything folds back, Pavilion at the dairy, Berlin, 2017 / On the present of a past culture of remembrance, exhibition and presentation of the publication of the same name, Gallery bautzner69, Dresden and Gallery alte feuerwache, Berlin, 2017 / Giving the Victims a Voice – On the Artistic Confrontation with the NSU Complex, presentation of works, awarded with special recognition of the Hans and Lea Grundig Prize 2015, riesa efau Culture Forum Dresden, Rosa Luxemburg Foundation Saxony and Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Dresden, 2016 / Competition – words we are fed up with, Full storage warehouse/Old Kindl Brewery, Berlin, 2016 /Speechless Objects Poke Us – Reflecting on Theodoros Boulgarides, Greek House, Munich, 2015 / Dear Anton, dear Ernst – On the presence of monuments of the GDR, Gallery alte feuerwache, Berlin, 2014 / arranged, Gallery Tempelhof, Berlin (cat.), 2014 /Urban mining, Gallery Q, Nuremberg (cat.), 2014 / Speechless Objects Poke Us – Reflecting on Theodoros Boulgarides, Westendstudios, Munich (Solo exhibition) 2014 / Simulacrum City – site-specific installation, Gallery bautzner69, Dresden, 2013 / Biennial Regard Bénin 2012, Cotonou, Porto-Novo (BJ), 2012 / The presence of the past in the future, Stedefreund, Berlin, 2012 / Up to here and how further?, Gallery M, Berlin, 2012 / long_boredom. Approach to an unloved, FORUM Factory, Berlin, 2012 / Project grant KunstKommunikation 12, DA Art Gallery, Gravenhorst, 2011 / Luxury, culture and art festival 48h Neukölln, Berlin, 2011 / Semper Verde, Women’s Museum Bonn, 2011 / Localization/Niche/Room, Speicher U75, Düsseldorf, 2010 / The Atlas of Gifted Ideas, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle (US), 2010 / Monumental Structures, Gallery SUSI, Cologne, 2010 / Thirdspace, John Schehrstraße, Berlin, 2009 / Movement, Videospace – Space for Culture, Frankfurt a.M. (Solo exhibition), 2009 / Move, Art Gallery Koidl, Berlin, 2008 / Capturing Münnerstadt, Henneberg Museum, Münnerstadt, 2008 / Localize, Museum of Film Potsdam, Potsdam, 2008 / Back to Front, Galllery Neurotitan, Berlin and Gallery Szyperska, Poznan (PL) (cat.), 2007 / Culture Invest, Oktogon HfBK Dresden, Dresden (cat.), 2007 / History Codes, Nikolai Church, Berlin, 2007 / Stormfree – Houseparty!, Gallery Baer, Dresden, 2007 / Movement, Galileo Building, Frankfurt a. M./ Motorenhalle, Center for Contemporary Art, Dresden (Solo exhibition, cat.), 2006 / The floating virgin, doppel de – Young Art from Dresden, Dresden, 2006 / First Biennial of Young European Art, Klima Gallery, Warschau (PL) (cat.), 2005 / Haunted, Krochhaus, Leipzig, 2005 / Sputniza – We can also do differently…, Kunsthaus Dresden – Gallery for Contemporary Art, Dresden, 2005 / Germany seeks…, Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne (cat.), 2004 / Unknown sister, unknown brother, Kunsthaus Dresden – Gallery for Contemporary Art, Dresden, 2004 / Vacant, Adalbertstrasse 41, Munich, 2004 / 4:80:12, European Center for the Arts, Dresden-Hellerau, 2004 / Paradise, oh paradise, Pieschner Art Association, Dresden, 2003 / Diploma exhibition, Oktogon Dresden University of Fine Arts, Dresden, 2003 / Artists, Junkies and Adventurers, Culture House Gallery Stockholm, Stockholm (SE), 2002