Anne Eder is an interdisciplinary artist and educator from Philadelphia, currently a faculty member at Penumbra Foundation in New York City. She teaches courses and independent workshops in analog and material processes in photography and in Interdisciplinary Projects. Eder is a three-time Julia Margaret Cameron Award winner in alternative process and documentary photography and was awarded an international Pollux Award for alternative process photography in 2019. She cofounded and managed the Philadelphia artist cooperatives, Gallery X and The Space, and owned a Philadelphia based business in event design serving high profile clients including MTV. She has been awarded a Natalie Leaf Foundation Fellowship for Education in Arts, Crafts, and Trades, and maintains a commitment to the creation of public art in her practice, advocating for access to the arts for all regardless of economic means, background, or artistic experience. Her work has been exhibited internationally and is held in both public and private collections.
Her work has deep roots in folklore and fairy tales, taking a numinous approach to the natural world. She is interested in the role of nature in the development of our core mythologies and in the narratives inspired by discrete geographies. She currently lives in Boston making monsters, writing fairy tales, and catering to her fabulous Chihuahua, The Brain.