Angela Strassheim is a photographer and artist based in New York City. Shows include Andrea Meislin Gallery, Honor Frasier Gallery, Aperture Gallery, Musee de l’Elysee (Lusanne, Switzerland), the Wellcome Trust Collection (London), the Israel Museum, the Decordova Museum, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Walker Art Center, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Museum of Contemporary Photography and the Art Institute (Chicago), Monterey Museum of Art, and many others. She was featured in the 2006 Whitney Biennial. Her work is included in the books Regeneration, 50 Photographers of Tomorrow (Thames & Hudson & Aperture), Presumed Innocence (DeCordova) Role Models (Scala), and Traces & Omens, Noorderlicht (Stichting Aurora Borealis). Other publications include the Harper’s Bizarre, New York Times, Vice, Scientific America, Litmus, Mossless, Musee, Art Pulse, Exit and Wired.
Strassheim holds an MFA from Yale University and BFA from Minneapolis College of Art & Design. She also has a Forensic & Biomedical Photography Certification from Metro-Dade County, Forensic Imaging Bureau, Miami, Florida. She is the recipient of several awards, including Women in Photography LTI/Lightside Grant, Bush Fellowship, McKnight Fellowship, Jerome Fellowship, and was a finalist in 2008 for the Les Recontres D’ Arles International Photography Award. Her work is included in many public and private collections including Art Institute of Chicago, Whitney Museum of American Art, Guggenheim Museum, Yale University Art Museum, Israel Museum, General Mills, Sir Elton John, Anthony Podesta, and Peter Norton.