Michael Loderstedt has been making original prints, photographs, installations and artists books for over 30 years. His work has been featured recently in exhibitions at the Center for Book Arts and International Print Center in New York, Kaleid Editions in London, the Kulturranthaus and Alte Feuerwache Galerie in Dresden, Germany, and as part of the Portrait nach 100 Jahren in Hellerau, Germany. Here he created an installation of cut, folded and printed paper houses based on architecturally significant homes during the centennial anniversary of this German “garden city”. He has completed international residencies at both the Frans Masereel Centrum in Kasterlee, Belgium and the Grafikwerstatt in Dresen, Gernmany.
His work is contained in the public collections of the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Akron Art Museum, the Kupferstich Kabinett in Dreden, and in the private ones of the Progressive Insurance and the the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and many others.
He is currently the graduate coordinator and associate professor of the printmaking of the School of Art at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio.