Danielle Reuther (b. 1989, Los Angeles, California) is a London based multidisciplinary artist whose creative journey spans over 15 years. Initially rooted in personal documentary photography, Danielle has recently expanded her practice while pursuing a Master's degree at the Royal College of Art. Her recent work includes delving into her archive and evolving her earlier photographs into sculptural pieces that provoke contemplation on both the nature of the subject over time as well as the role of photography and how we have adapted to viewing it in our image-saturated world.
Drawing on the intricate dynamics between mothers and daughters, and womanhood in general, Reuther’s art explores the interplay of light, framing, and the viewer's engagement with images. In an era of fleeting moments captured and swiftly forgotten on digital devices, her work compels audiences to linger and reflect upon each image's significance.
Reuther's photographs and photobased sculptures offer a unique perspective on the vernacular of images, unveiling hidden narratives and evoking nostalgia.
Her work has been featured in publications such as Flaunt, Novembre, Blonde Magazine, and Ladygunn. Notable exhibitions include "Friends" (2019) at Lazy Susan Gallery in New York, New York, "PSA" (2019) at the Home of Kevin Doherty in Montclair, New Jersey, and "DKNY Presents: New Art City" (2014) at Safari Gallery in New York, New York, "Temporary Accommodation" (2014) at Niagara in New York, New York, curated by Antonia Marsh, and "The Money Shot" (2011) at NYU Steinhardt Gallery in New York, New York.