Dominik Krauss is a German-born graphic designer, art director and curator based in Berlin. He has a reputation for utilising a trans-disciplinary approach on designing art projects for artists, institutions and art publishers across the globe. He has collaborated with White Columns New York, Mousse Publishing, KaDeWe, Ableton, Netflix, Galerie Mitterand and Whitechapel Gallery London, artists Alejandro Cesarco, Les Lalanne, William Kentridge, Florentina Leitner and Thomas Ruff.
Krauss has also worked at London’s legendary design consultancy Graphic Thought Facility designing comprehensive publications on exhibitions of Urs Fischer, Helen Frankenthaler, Richard Prince, Ed Ruscha, Pablo Picasso and Tom Wesselmann. He has gained experience teaching students on design courses around London at the Architectural Association, College of Communication and Kingston School of Art. From autumn 2022 he is appointed as Associate Lecturer at Central Saint Martins within the University of the Arts London.
Krauss’s curatorial practice began curating group and solo shows at art spaces in Leipzig, New York City and London. In spring 2020 he went on a sabbatical undertaking independent curatorial research at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles. There he developed Aura Los Angeles, a documentary short film and publication as a manifest on the importance of cultural venues.