Theresa Gößmann (*1992) is a multidisciplinary artist, designer, illustrator and writer. Graduating form Central Saint Martins in 2018 with a Master of Fine Art, her work was shortlisted for the Tiffany & Co x Studiomakers Award. She has exhibited widely within the UK, Germany, Belgium, China, the US, Costa Rica and more. Theresa’s work is held in private collections all over the world, including the Rauert collection in Hamburg.

Theresa lives and works in Hamburg.

︎︎︎Mook Gallery
︎︎︎please queue here
︎︎︎Fräulein Magazin




kleine werkschau (solo)

supported by the hamburg kreativgesellschaft & Fonds für kreative zwischennutzung
Hamburger Hof, jungfernstieg 30
Hamburg, Germany

“the auction 2021” by terrence higgins trust and the auction collective (online)
London, UK︎︎︎LiNK

heute geh’ ich blumen kaufen (solo)

Hamburg, Germany

In Bloom
Auc Art
online auction, curated by marco galvan

Prints and Orginals display
Not Just A Shop by UAL
London, UK

12/2019 small objects

La Salita
New York City, US

Tactile Amnesia
Curated by Please Queue Here
15 Bateman Street London, UK

01/ 2019
Artist feature
Not Just A Shop,
London, UK

12/ 2018
Abstract: Reality
Saatchi Gallery
London, UK

05/ 2018
Degree Show One
Central Saint Martins
London, UK

04/ 2018
Centre de la Gravure et de l’Image Imprimée
La Louvière, Belgium

04/ 2018
What Can We Make And Become?
Exposed Arts Projects
London, uk

12/ 2017
Visual Poetry II
Sichuan University Art Museum
Chengdu, China

12/ 2017
Print Out
Lubomirov/ Angus Hughes Gallery
London, uk

11/ 2017
Buckingham Collective
University of Buckingham, uk

11/ 2017
Reenactment: Interdictions by Annette Messager
Central Saint Martin
London, uk

11/ 2017
CSM Postgraduate Art Auction, sponsored by Sotheby’s
Lethaby Gallery
London, uk

08/ 2017
Visual Poetry I
Black Stone Art Gallery
Chengdu, China

06/ 2017
I’m Not Confused, I’m Contemporary
Lubomirov/ Angus Hughes Gallery
London, uk

03/ 2017
Somehow You and I Collide
The Laundry
London, uk

02/ 2017
Hung Out to Dry
Bomb Factory Art Foundation
London , UK

06/ 2016
What is the Future of Art?
Tate Modern
London, UK