Archiv für den Autor: Nadine Barth

Über Nadine Barth

Nadine Barth, geboren in Hamburg, studierte Philosophie, Literatur und Kunstgeschichte, und arbeitete zunächst als freie Autorin. Sie lebte in Los Angeles und Sao Paulo, schrieb einen Roman und trat bei Poetry Slams auf. Von 1998 bis 2004 arbeitete sie bei AMICA, zuletzt als stellvertretende Chefredakteurin. Von 2004 bis 2006 Managing Director der ersten deutschen Galerie für Modefotografie in Hamburg und Berlin, 2006 gründete sie ihre Agentur barthouse culture concepts (www.barthouse.de), die Ausstellungen und Kulturprojekte organisiert. Herausgeberin diverser Fotobücher, z.B. "Verschwindende Landschaften" (2008, Dumont) mit Fotos von Hiroshi Sugimoto, Thomas Struth, Joel Sternfeld, Olaf Otto Becker, Robert Adams, Peter Bialobrzeski, etc., Monographien von Martin Roemers ("Relics of the Cold War", 2009, "The Eyes of War", 2011, "Metropolis", 2015, alle Hatje Cantz), Thomas Hoeffgen ("African Arenas", 2010, Hatje Cantz), Carolin Saage ("25/7", 2013, Seltmann + Söhne), Daniel Josefsohn ("OK DJ, 2014, Hatje Cantz), Tor Seidel ("The Dubai", 2014, Hatje Cantz), Anatol Kotte ("Iconication", 2015, Hatje Cantz) und Modebücher ("Berlin Fashion", 2008, Dumont, und "German Fashion Design 1946-2012", Distanz). Als Kuratorin verantwortete sie u.a. die Blockbuster-Ausstellungen "Traumfrauen" und "Traummänner" im Haus der Photographie, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, die auch in Moskau und Rostock zu sehen war. Von 2009 bis 2013 organisierte sie das Ausstellungsprogramm der Galerie Contributed in Berlin (www.contributed.de). Ihr Charity-Projekt "Amazonen" über Frauen mit Brustkrebs mit Fotografien von Esther Haase und Jackie Hardt tourte durch Deutschland, Österreich und Italien. Sie ist Inspiring Editor für die deutschen Ausgaben von L’Officiel und L’Officiel Hommes.

Impressions 1: Photo Espana

Cristina de Middel, photographer, who was given this year´s »carta blancha« to chose 5 shows. Her theme: »Players«. The style: playful and nice. With joy, and a great sensibility. Together with Martin Parr she curated the best »games« pictures from the archive of Magnum Photos, Espacio Fundación Telefónica

Cristina de Middel, photographer, who was given this year´s »carta blancha« to chose 5 shows. Her theme: »Players«. The style: playful and nice. With joy, and a great sensibility. Together with Martin Parr she curated the best »games« pictures from the archive of Magnum Photos, Espacio Fundación Telefónica

Installation view of the exhibition »Players. Magnum photographers come out to play«, curated by Cristina de Middel and Martin Parr

Installation view of the exhibition »Players. Magnum photographers come out to play«, curated by Cristina de Middel and Martin Parr

Installation view »Begin at the beginning, and go on till you come to the end: then stop« at CentroCentro

Installation view »Begin at the beginning, and go on till you come to the end: then stop« at CentroCentro

Work by Shirina Shabazi in the group show »Begin at the beginning, and go on till you come to the end: then stop«

Work by Shirina Shabazi in the group show »Begin at the beginning, and go on till you come to the end: then stop«

Carlos Cánovas in his exhibition »In Time« about urban transformation, Museo Ico

Carlos Cánovas in his exhibition »In Time« about urban transformation, Museo Ico

Azu Nwagbog, curator, explaining the concept behind the show of Samuel Fosso, who started making stylised self-portraits to finish off his rolls of film to send to his grandmother who survived the war in Nigeria: »An African Odyssey« at Fernán Gómez

Azu Nwagbog, curator, explaining the concept behind the show of Samuel Fosso, who started making stylised self-portraits to finish off his rolls of film to send to his grandmother who survived the war in Nigeria: »An African Odyssey« at Fernán Gómez

Work by Mama Casset in the exhibition "The Elegant Senegal of the First Half of the 20th Century, at Círculo de Bellas Artes

Work by Mama Casset in the exhibition “The Elegant Senegal of the First Half of the 20th Century, at Círculo de Bellas Artes

Musuk Nolte, winner of the Elliott Erwitt Havana Club 7 Fellowship, in front of his dark and mysterious images of Cuba, at the Casa de América

Musuk Nolte, winner of the Elliott Erwitt Havana Club 7 Fellowship, in front of his dark and mysterious images of Cuba, at the Casa de América

Installation view of Peter Hujar & David Wonjarowicz at the Loewe Foundation, Gran Via

Installation view of Peter Hujar & David Wonjarowicz at the Loewe Foundation, Gran Via

From the exhibition »The Soviet Century: Russian Photography in the Archivo Lafuente (1917-1972), Círculo de Bellas Artes

From the exhibition »The Soviet Century: Russian Photography in the Archivo Lafuente (1917-1972), Círculo de Bellas Artes

About the 1960s coolness of the Costa Brava – by Xavier Miserachs, seen at La Fabrica Bookstore downstairs in their gallery

About the 1960s coolness of the Costa Brava – by Xavier Miserachs, seen at La Fabrica Bookstore downstairs in their gallery

Harald Hauswald, »Daily Life«, at the Goethe-Institut. Harald is one of the founders of Berlin Agency »Ostkreuz«. In this exhibition he shows his best photographs of the GDR in the 80s...

Harald Hauswald, »Daily Life«, at the Goethe-Institut. Harald is one of the founders of Berlin Agency »Ostkreuz«. In this exhibition he shows his best photographs of the GDR in the 80s…

Work by Graciela Iturbide, the great latin american photographer, Centro de Arte Alcobendas

Work by Graciela Iturbide, the great latin american photographer, Centro de Arte Alcobendas

Mária Svarbová shows her exhibition »Swimming Pool« in the shop of Delpozo. The images inspired the label to the whole collection. If you scan the code you can find out more about the design

Mária Svarbová shows her exhibition »Swimming Pool« in the shop of Delpozo. The images inspired the label to the whole collection. If you scan the code you can find out more about the design

Jan van der Til shows his work. No other works are seen. He is asking questions. About his work. You can find those questions on the website of Photo Espana: phe.es – it´s about authorship, art and reality. He´s real, though.

Jan van der Til shows his work. No other works are seen. He is asking questions. About his work. You can find those questions on the website of Photo Espana: phe.es – it´s about authorship, art and reality. He´s real, though.