My work is on view at the following venues in September.
- Subjective-Objective: A Century of Social Photography, Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ Sept 5 – Jan 7
- Unloaded, The Harris Gallery, University of Laverne, LaVerne, CA Sep 5–Oct 26
- Power and Myth: American 2002 -2017 Mirbach Palace, Bratislava, Slovakia, closes Sept 17
5 – 8pm
20 Cooper Square 5th floor
NY, NY 10003
I’ll be showing my fracking work. Other contributors include Daniel Aldana Cohen, Gökçe Günel, Eric Klinenberg, Liz Koslov, and Andy Lakoff, followed by a reception.
The special issue of Public Culture
includes essays by Eric Klinenberg, Cymene Howe and Dominic Boyer, Andrew Lakoff, Daniel Aldana Cohen, Gökçe Günel, Valeria Procupez, Liz Koslov, Austin Zeiderman, and Jerome Whitington, a photo essay from Colin Jerolmack and Nina Berman, and interviews with experts from Rebuild by Design’s international working group, including Henk Ovink, Mindy Fullilove, Edgar Pieterse, Fernando de Mello Franco, and Maarten Hajer. This exciting collection represents the culmination of years of international research and collaboration on the impacts of climate change in cities, and was produced with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation. The entire special issue is available free online
for a limited time.
I’ll be presenting new photographic and video work at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts in the exhibition “Marcellus Shale Documentary Project: An Expanded View, ” opening May 6 – July 31, 2016.
The exhibition continues a multi-year collaboration between photographers Noah Addis, Brian Cohen, Scott Goldsmith, Lynn Johnson and Martha Rial, organized by Brian Cohen, and curator Laura Domencic.
One of the works to be exhibited is a large scale mosaic of a drilling rig combined with 1740 images captured with a wildlife camera by Frank Finan showing truck traffic during a fracking operation in Susquehanna County, PA
© Nina Berman 2016
Please join me in New York City at the International Center of Photography (ICP) for “Frack Off” an artist presentation and panel discussion on Climate Change.
1133 Avenue of the Americas
I will be joined by:
Kate Hudson, an environmental attorney with Riverkeeper
Anthony R. Ingraffea, a professor at Cornell University
The talk will be moderated by Adam Harrison
Reserved tickets here
Please join me for an Artist lecture at the Palmer Art Museum at Penn State
I’ll be showing work from the series: Fractured: the shale play
Tuesday November 18
University Park, PA
The Marcellus Shale Documentary Project moves to Ohio at the Bliss Hall Gallery at Youngstown State University.
March 3 – April 4, 2014
The University has organized the following programs in support of the exhibition.
• Tuesday, 25 March, 7-9 p.m. | Moser 2000 | TITLE: The Science of Shale Gas: Geology, Seismology and Environmental Impacts. Dr. Ray Beiersdorfer, Professor of Geology, Youngstown State University
• Wednesday, 26 March, 7-9 p.m. | Moser 2000 | TITLE: The science of shale gas: The latest evidence on leaky wells, methane emissions, and implications for policy. | Dr. Anthony R. Ingraffea, Ph.D., P.E., Dwight C. Baum Professor of Engineering, Cornell University
• Thursday, 27 March, 5-9 p.m. | Gallery Talk / Gallery Reception | Bliss Hall 2300 | RECEPTION/GALLERY TALK: Brian Cohen, Photographer and Project Director of the Marcellus Shale Documentary Project.
• Friday, 28 March, 4-5:30 p.m. | McDonough Museum Lecture Hall | SCREENING: Triple Divide (film with Mark Ruffalo, Melissa Troutman).
CONTACT: Professor Stephen Chalmers | firstname.lastname@example.org
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