I’m doing three events in New York City in April
April 5, 6pm Columbia University
I’m teaming up with the Dart Center for Trauma and Journalism and the great photographer Susan Meiselas to talk about Documentary and Collaborative Practices. We’ll be presenting work from our respective books – “An autobiography of Miss Wish” and Susan’s “A Room of Their Own.
April 7- AIPAD Pier 94 New York City
Book signing at Monroe Gallery of Photography Booth from 1-2pm
April 19 – The New School: Picturing Addiction 7-9pm
I’ll be on a panel with photographers Edwin J. Torres and Graham MacIndoe moderated by Paul Moakley. We’ll be talking about drug addiction, trauma, recovery and how to make pictures around this topic.
I have several public talks and screenings in New York, Washington and Warsaw, Poland during the month of February.
- Feb 1- Bronx Documentary Center “Bearing Witness” 7pm April 19 – The New School: Picturing Addiction 7-9pm
Nina Berman and Kimberly Stevens speak about their book “An autobiography of Miss Wish” Address: 614 Courtland Avenue, Bronx, NY
- Feb 2 – Lower East Side Girls Club “In Conversation with Helen Benedict” 6:30 pm Nina Berman and writer Helen Benedict discuss their new books, hosted by the Blue Mountain Center. Address: 402 East 8th Street, NY NY
- Feb 17 – DC International Film Festival – Documentary Shorts 12:50pm Screening of Nina’s short doc “Triumph of the Shill” Naval Heritage Center, 701 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington DC 20004
- Feb 21 – The New York Academy of Medicine, 6pm, 1216 5th Avenue, NYC
- Feb 27 – A night with Doc! Photo, Palace of Culture and Science, 8pm Artist talk Address: in bar/Studio plac Defilad 1, Warsaw 00-110, Poland
Some highlights of my 2017 work year
I made a short documentary film about Donald Trump.
I published a book, reported over 25 years, in collaboration with a survivor of sexual violence.
An autobiography of Miss Wish
Acknowledgment of Danger, my work on US weapons production and testing, was published in Topic
An article with images and text about the victims of Fake News was published in Columbia Journalism Review.
Thank you to all colleagues, friends, curators, and readers who helped bring my ideas to fruition and took a moment to look.
You can see more of my work at http://www.ninaberman.com or http://www.noorimages.com
December 5, 2017
War Is Only Half the Story: Ten Years of the Aftermath Project
Panel and Book signing at the Open Society Foundation 6 -8 pm New York City
Moderator Amy Yenkin, photographers Sara Terry, Andrew Lichtenstein, Jessica Hines, Christopher Capozziello
December 13, 2017
Artist talk at the New York Film Academy organized by Nancy Burson
5-6pm 17 Battery Place, 5th floor, New York City
December 16, 2017
Book signing “An autobiography of Miss Wish”
Foley Gallery, 59 Orchard Street, New York City 6 – 10 pm Organized by Visura with authors Jeff Jacobson, Joseph Rodriguez, Donna Ferrato, Fran Antmann, Roni Ben-Ari, Adrian Villeta, Andrea Star Reese
Triumph of the Shill screenings
November 2 NYC
November 4 Portland, OR and Ft Lauderdale, FL
November 13 Ft. Lauderdale
Visit here for screening time and locations
Zimmerli Art Museum
November 3 3pm
New Brunswick, NJ
November 10 Artists Talks by The Eyes: 1:30pm
November 10 Book Signing Kehrer booth 4:00 pm
Photo Saint Germain
November 11 2pm
In conversation with book designer Teun van der Heidjen
about their recent book An autiobiography of Miss Wish
November 11 4:30
Covering sexual violence against women
Nina Berman in conversation with French photographer Axelle de Russe
For more info contact: email@example.com
The short documentary Triumph of the Shill reimagines the Leni Riefenstahl 1935 Nazi propaganda classic as an aesthetic blueprint to consider the 2017 presidential inauguration and election of Donald J. Trump.
Running time: 10.22 minutes. Directed and produced by Nina Berman
New York, New York
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
My work is showing at the following venues in October
kim said if she dies i can talk to her through the moon
Images from the book “An autobiography of Miss Wish” is at At Re-Imagining a Safe Space
My work is on view in October 2017 at the following venues.
- Forgotten Conflicts, Conflicts of Tomorrow”, Prix Calvados – Bayeux, France, October 2 – October 8
- Petrochemical America, from Cancer Alley to Toxic Valley, Space, Pittsburgh, PA September 27 – October 7
- Unloaded, The Harris Gallery, University of Laverne, LaVerne, CA Sep 5–Oct 26
- Re-imagining a Safe Space, NYU Tisch Gallery, NYC October 26 – December 15
- Subjective-Objective: A Century of Social Photography, Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ Sept 5 – Jan 7