Anne-Mette Kelter Weinkouff is a Danish visual artist/ Polaroid photographer living in Connemara. She moved from Copenhagen in 2022 to develop as an artist and to find inspiration for her work with a prime focus on Polaroid photography.
Her preferred way to express her art is by the use of the techniques Polaroid emulsion lift, experimental soup photography, and alcohol inks. Up until 2022 Anne-Mette worked in Denmark as a commercial photographer. However, it was during a visit to the Photographers’ Gallery in London in 2017 that she discovered polaroid as a medium for narrative art/story-telling and started, alongside her commercial work, to express herself and her art through mainly polaroid.
Anne-Mette was recently mentioned by American Magazine Analog Forever as one among 16 Experimental Soup Photographers you need to know in 2023. In 2019 her photographic portrait “Article 35” was chosen by the Carlsberg Foundation and the Museum of National History to be exhibited in the Nordic Portrait competition Portrait Now 2019.
She has exhibited with Van der Plass Gallery in New York and her work can be found in several international publications. She is represented in Scandinavia by Gallery Oscar in Lillestroem outside of Oslo and she has a close connection to The Stage Gallery in Bonn, Germany. Most recently she had her work exhibited during Clifden Art Festival.