Solo Exhibitions

2021 ‘Luis Barragan, Cuadra San Cristobal’ solo show in the Hotel Aurora, Meran, Italy

2018 ‘Works 2015 – 2018″ solo show in Gmunden, Austria

2016 ‘Glorious Land’ solo show Sunday Gallery Zurich

2014 ‘Traces – Spuren’ solo show, Gallery Spectrum, Linz

2013 ‘CX Sleeping’ solo show, Silwex House, Quaker Street, London

2006 ‘Once Upon A Time’ solo show, Hotshoe Gallery, London

2006 ‘Probably’ solo show, Traders Pop Gallery, Maastricht


Selected Group Exhibitions

2021 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2020 one work ‘UNTITLED’ from the Luis Barragan Cuadra San Cristobal series 

2020 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2020 one work ‘UNTITLED’ from the Corfu series 

2016 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2016,  2 works ´UNTITLED´ (Flüela Pass 1 & Flüela Pass 2)

2015 Taylor Wessing National Portrait Prize, National Portrait Gallery London, The Potteries Museum

and Art Gallery Stoke – On – Trent and at the National Portrait Gallery Edinburgh

2015 Photo Vienna Workshow MAK Museum of Applied Arts Vienna

2014 ‘Parallel Lines’ group show in AREA 44, London

2014 ‘CX Sleeping’ group show Transmediale Vorspiel, Berlin

2013 ‘Jose’s Island’ show as part of the London Design Festival

2013 ‘Urlaub auf Balkonien…und Anderswo’ Arts Council Collection Linz

2013 ‘Another Austria’ 59 Type colour Polaroids at the Austrian Cultural Forum, London

2011 ‘Hospital Diary’ part of Beltane group show Shoreditch Town Hall, London

2009 ‘Pinhole Series’ Gallery 422, Gmunden Austria

2009 ‘Dream Home ‘, Novas Contemporary Art, London




various private collections in UK, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands


About / Artist statement

Felix Friedmann is an artist living and working in London.

He studied photography in Vienna (Schule für Künstlerische Photographie, Friedl

Kubelka) in the late 90’s. Since then he has widely exhibited across Europe.

‘I have always been interested in the traces and relics of the way we live.

The perceived lightweight of the subject matter appeals to me, the focus onto the

seemingly uneventful directs our attention to the unseen and the overlooked, which

nevertheless make up most of what surrounds us.

Within my body of work I string together photographs like words and form stories

which tell us about our habits, attitudes and the relation we have to the world.’