< Pauline Schulze




Pauline Schulze is a German-based mixed media artist. She has founded and run her own fashion brand. It was these years working in fashion that set the foundation for her art which is inspired by colors, materials, shapes, and process of creation. The strong connection of two dimensions: design and art are at the core of Pauline´s art practice. Her work is characterized using different materials decontextualizing and transforming objects from fashion and interior design.



University of Northumbria, Newcastle/UK// Master of Design Professional Practice (distance learning) – January 2012 – October 2013

Fachhochschule Dortmund// International Business – September 2002 – October 2006

Schule für Mode. Grafik. Design, Offenbach am Main// Figurative drawing, fashion drawing, collage, concept & design, tailoring, pattern construction – September 2008 – September 2009


Set up and management of the fashion label JOLONTÉ VOUS! – October 2013 – February 2017


THE STAGE GALLERY//True Color//group exhibition 03.03.22-14.03.2022, Cologne

AWARD WINNER 1st Place in the Group exhibition “SYMPHONIA”, THE HOLY ART London

THE HOLY ART Virtual Group Exhibition “SYMPHONIA” 18.06.21.-25.06.2021, London

HAZEGALLERY Abstract Art//Garden of Colourful Mists//group exhibition 07.05.21 – 30.05.21, Berlin

BOOMER Gallery Abstract Art//Artsy Mood//group exhibition 07.05.21-13.05.21, London

ARTBOX Project group exhibition, 2020, Zurich

MADS group exhibition “DRESSME”, 2020, Milan


Curatorial Volume. 3 CAPSULES BOOKS – July 2021

Art Reveal Magazine no. 61, September 2021, [pages 70 – 74]; ISBN: 9781006419430

Bruxelles Art Vue Power of Color 2021 artbook, January 2022, ISBN: 9788396113658


My work is about exploring the sensations and emotions that our brain processes starting from the observation of reality nurturing our imagination. It is inspired by fashion, colors, and shapes. I strive to draw attention to the new details, objects, lines, textures. This is characterized by using different materials such as fabric swatches and leftovers of the fashion productions, threads, reused tissue paper.