About

Foto: Thomas Achter

capturing in-between-the-lines, visualising inexpressable emotions, freezing moments, finding beauty in detail, framing characters, harnessing light … these are just some of the aspects of photography I love.

Exhibitions and Publications

2021: “Dialogos Femeninos”, Opening: 3rd September, the exhibition runs until the end of September in Ibiza, Santa Eulalia, sala de exposiciones de la Concejalia de Cultura, run by “grupo Arte y Conservación”

2021/2022: “Rethinking Nature” international slide show – Premiere at Casino Luxembourg, where it will be shown May 31st until June 6th as part of the  European Month of Photography – next venue will be the Imago Lisboa at Carpintarias de São Lázaro from 1st until 31st of October – and the final venue will be in Vienna at the festival center of Foto Wien from March 9th to March 27th in 2022.

2020: Artwalk Wien, photography exhibiton from 11th to 13th of September at Tischlerei Ledl featuring the series “Im Prater ist immer was los”, “Phone Boxes Scotland”, Scotland street photos and landscapes

2020: Culturmag, Hamburg, shutdown special: Publication of photograph with short story featured here in the blog.

2020: Ibiza, Santa Eulalia, 7. – 22. May: “Dialogos Femeninos” – CANCELLED due to Covid-19 in May, postponed to later in the year

2020: Camping Revue March “Wo der Wind weht” photography and text about travelling the remote North of Scotland, you can find the article here.

2019: Wien, “Betlehem ist nebenan”, group exhibition mixed media, featuring two Nepal photographs

2019: Wien, Art18 group exhibition mixed media “Mit oder Ohne”, single entry of a “naked” dismantled skyscraper in Glasgow

2019: Wien, Artwalk, photography series “Das Boot”

2018: Wien, Artwalk, photography and photo collage, Series: “Feiertag Baby”, “Frozen”

2017: Wien, Artwalk, photography exhibition single images: landscapes, street photos

2015: Wien, Artwalk, series of photographs of the Anapurna and Kathmandu region in Nepal

2015: London, Art Refuge Nepal, fundraising exhibition and auction of 4 pictures

2015: Wien, documentary: Train of Hope / WUK Welcome Refugees, printed in “Wina” Magazine, issue Dez./Jän. 2015

2007, 2008, 2009: FM4 calendar, 3 photographs and photo collages published

VITAE

Born 1976 and raised in Vienna, Beatriz Hasler has always been a keen photographer. She studied for her first degree in International Economics at the University of Vienna, graduating with a Bachelor of Honors degree in 2000 at the University of Manchester.

She has worked on numerous art projects, including creating visual experiences in a team at the Arena in Vienna or being part of the children’s art workshop team at Womad Festival, England. She has been submitting photography works and collages to various entries and was featured in a calendar by the Austrian radio station FM4 for 3 consecutive years (2007-2009).

In 2000 she completed a Master of Science Degree in Design and Digital Media at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. She subsequently worked in a Design Co-operative in Glasgow until she set off to see and photograph the world from her bike for eight months.

Since 2008 she has lived in Vienna, where she has founded a non-profit sports organisation for families and has regularly exhibited photography and works on graphic projects.

In 2015 she donated pictures for fundraising in Nepal after the earthquakes and documented the welcome refugee movement in Vienna, being featured in Wina magazine.

In 2019 she qualified and completed the masterclass for photography in 2020 in Vienna to deepen her knowledge of the visual world and broaden her path as a photographer.