Archiv für den Autor: Nadine Barth

Über Nadine Barth

Nadine Barth, Autorin und Kuratorin, betreut den Fotobuchbereich bei Hatje Cantz. Geboren in Hamburg, studierte sie 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), Carolin Saage ("25/7", 2013, Seltmann + Söhne), Daniel Josefsohn ("OK DJ, 2014, Hatje Cantz), Anatol Kotte ("Iconication", 2015, Hatje Cantz), Andres Serrano ("Salvation") 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, seit 2017 für die Capitis Studios, Berlin . 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 3: Museo Ferragamo, Firenze

Aeroporto di Firenze – announcement for the exhibition »L’Italia a Hollywood« about the influence of Italian actors, directors, make-up artists, writers and stylists on the movie industry in Hollywood in the beginning of the 20th century. Organized by the Museo Ferragamo in collaboration with Fondazione Ferragamo, curated by Giuliana Muscio and Stefania Ricci. On display until March 2019

Aeroporto di Firenze – announcement for the exhibition »L’Italia a Hollywood« about the influence of Italian actors, directors, make-up artists, writers and stylists on the movie industry in Hollywood in the beginning of the 20th century. Organized by the Museo Ferragamo in collaboration with Fondazione Ferragamo, curated by Giuliana Muscio and Stefania Ricci. On display until March 2019

Ferragamo Store in Firenze, movie stills with Paola Negri from the 1920s

Ferragamo Store in Firenze, movie stills with Paola Negri from the 1920s

Exhibition "Italy in Hollywood"

Exhibition “Italy in Hollywood”

Photo of the Gallery 141 with the works by the Futurists displayed a the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exhibition. On the left can be seen Giacomo Balla’s work »Disgregazione X velocità Penetrazioni dinamiche di automobile«

Photo of the Gallery 141 with the works by the Futurists displayed a the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exhibition. On the left can be seen Giacomo Balla’s work »Disgregazione X velocità Penetrazioni dinamiche di automobile«

Giacomo Balla’s work »Disgregazione X velocità Penetrazioni dinamiche di automobile«, 1913

Giacomo Balla’s work »Disgregazione X velocità Penetrazioni dinamiche di automobile«, 1913

Installation with silent movies from that time

Installation with silent movies from that time

Tina Modotti as an actress in the movie »The Tiger’s Coat«, 1920

Tina Modotti as an actress in the movie »The Tiger’s Coat«, 1920

Tina Modotti in San Francisco, 1920. Because the movie industry only saw her beauty, Tina soon became tired of Hollywood, quit acting and became a famous photographer herself

Tina Modotti in San Francisco, 1920. Because the movie industry only saw her beauty, Tina soon became tired of Hollywood, quit acting and became a famous photographer herself

Installation with photographs by Tina Modotti and by Edward Weston using Tina Modotti as a model

Installation with photographs by Tina Modotti and by Edward Weston using Tina Modotti as a model

Edward Weston, »Tina on the Azotea", Mexico, 1924

Edward Weston, »Tina on the Azotea”, Mexico, 1924

Rudolph Valentino, iconic male star of the time

Rudolph Valentino, iconic male star of the time

Many Italians were around that time in Hollywood: actress Marcella Battelini, 1927 (above), director Gregory La Cava with Bebe Daniels on the set of »Feel My Pulse« 1928 (middle), Tullio Carminati in the film »Honeymoon Hate«1927

Many Italians were around that time in Hollywood: actress Marcella Battelini, 1927 (above), director Gregory La Cava with Bebe Daniels on the set of »Feel My Pulse« 1928 (middle), Tullio Carminati in the film »Honeymoon Hate«1927

Photographer Manfredi Gioacchini, who captured the contemporary Hollywood

Photographer Manfredi Gioacchini, who captured the contemporary Hollywood

Amleto Cataldi, »La spiga«, 1909

Amleto Cataldi, »La spiga«, 1909

Pio Fedi, »Incontro tra amati«, 1850 (left), Ronaldo Colman and Lillian Gish on the set of »Romola“, 1924

Pio Fedi, »Incontro tra amati«, 1850 (left), Ronaldo Colman and Lillian Gish on the set of »Romola“, 1924

Lillian Gish on the set of »Romola« (left), Copy of Sandro Botticelli’s »Madonna of the Magnificat« (in the middle), Lillian Gish on the set of »Romola«, 1924

Lillian Gish on the set of »Romola« (left), Copy of Sandro Botticelli’s »Madonna of the Magnificat« (in the middle), Lillian Gish on the set of »Romola«, 1924

Work by Piero Fornasetti, Lithograph and seriograph on porcelain, using the face of the famous star Lina Cavalieri. The first plate was done in 1966, today there are over 350

Work by Piero Fornasetti, Lithograph and seriograph on porcelain, using the face of the famous star Lina Cavalieri. The first plate was done in 1966, today there are over 350

Showroom with the collection of shoes by Ferragamo. This is how the original Ferragamo »Boot Shop« looked like in the 1920s in Hollywood, including the sofa

Showroom with the collection of shoes by Ferragamo. This is how the original Ferragamo »Boot Shop« looked like in the 1920s in Hollywood, including the sofa

Pumps by Salvatore Ferragamos: »Décolleté,1926«, »Two-piece shoe«, 1927

Pumps by Salvatore Ferragamos: »Décolleté,1926«, »Two-piece shoe«, 1927

Curator Stefania Ricci welcoming everybody. After her speech the silent movie »Show People« started. Costumes by Salvatore Ferragamo

Curator Stefania Ricci welcoming everybody. After her speech the silent movie »Show People« started. Costumes by Salvatore Ferragamo