Rebekka Reuter is a curator for photography. She studied Applied Cultural Sciences at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg and gained curatorial experience at institutions such as the Fotomuseum Winterthur, the Photo Collection of the Folkwang Museum, Essen, the Photo Museum of Munich and Camera Austria, Graz. Text contributions to several exhibition catalogues and art magazines. As the head curator of WestLicht Museum for Photography (since 2009) and OstLicht Gallery for Photography in Vienna, she has been responsible for numerous exhibitions – solo shows from Alexander Rodtschenko (Revolution in Photography, 2013) to Ren Hang (野生, 2015), topics ranging from Polaroid (POLAROID [IM] POSSIBLE, 2011) to Photography as Sculpture (2D23D, 2014). The OstLicht Collection comprises about 80,000 photographs from all periods of the mediums’ history, among them the International Polaroid Collection, acquired in 2011.