May 3, I’ll be talking about “An autobiography of Miss Wish at the 2nd Biennial Reva & David Logan Photo Book Symposium in Berkeley, California. Register for tickets and also hear from photographers/authors Janet Delaney, Larry Fink, Jeff Mermelstein and more.
May 25, I’ll be giving an artist lecture at the Doc Festival in Norway which has a fantastic line up this year including Fred Ramos, Shahidul Alam and Rineke Dijkstra.
May 29 – June 16 – An exhibition of An autobiography of Miss Wish will open at Image Singulieres in Sete, France. This will include original letters, and drawings as well as prints and a two channel video. I’ll be at the festival from May 29 – June 2 along with my colleagues at NOOR.
Events, screenings and exhibitions for June 2018
ICP June 6
Artist talk “An autobiography of Miss Wish”
New York City, USA
Hamburg Triennal of Photography June 7
Screening: Triumph of the Shill
Bressage Photographique June 15
An autobiography of Miss Wish in stills and videos
Lumix Photo Festival – June 22
Athens Photo Festival
Artist talk: June 24
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
Authors and scholars Jon Simons and John Louis Lucaites are the brains behind a new book In/visible War: The Culture of War in Twenty-first Century America, published by Rutgers University Press which focuses on a central paradox “The contemporary visual American experience of war is ubiquitous, and yet war is simultaneously invisible or absent…”
Contributors include: Nina Berman, David Campbell, Christopher J. Gilbert, Jeremy G. Gordon, Rebecca A. Adelman, Wendy Kozol, Jon Simons, Jody Madeira, Roger Stahl, De Witt Douglas Kilgore, Claudia Breger, Purnima Bose, Diane Rubenstein, James Der Derian, John Louis Lucaites
My contribution is the cover image, an essay and a portfolio of 12 images.