Nina Berman

Documentary photographer @ NOOR based in New York City

Nina Berman is a documentary photographer, author and educator, whose photographs and videos have been exhibited at more than 100 international venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art Biennial, the Museum of Fine Arts... read on


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p/a Pakhuis de Zwijger
Piet Heinkade 181 F
1019 HC Amsterdam
The Netherlands
phone: +
email: NOOR office

Galleries and print sales


Monroe Gallery of Photography
112 Don Gaspar
Santa Fe, NM 87501
tel: 505.992.0800


Galerie Jacques Cerami
346, Route De Philippeville
6010 Couillet (Charleroi)
tel: +32 (0)71 36 00 65


University of Chicago, B.A. English 1982
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, M.S. 1985

Solo Exhibitions
2017: Mirbach Palace, "America:Power and Myth 2002-2017, Bratislava, Slovakia
2013: Photoville, “Fractured: the Shale Play”, Brooklyn, NY, USA
2012: Bronx Documentary Center, “Gardens”, The Bronx, USA, 
2011: Dublin Contemporary, Dublin, Ireland, 
2011: Royal Society of Medicine, “Purple Hearts” London, UK, 
2010: Melkweg Gallery, “Purple Hearts,” Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 
2010: Bernstein Gallery, “Purple Hearts,” Princeton University, USA,
2009: Side Gallery, “Homeland/Marine Wedding”, New Castle, England, 
2009: War Ltd, “Purple Hearts”, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 
2009: Gage Gallery, Roosevelt University, “Homeland”, Chicago Illinois
2009: Media Alliance, “Homeland, Purple Hearts,” Troy, NY, 
2008: Cicero Gallery, “Purple Hearts/Marine Wedding,” Berlin, Germany, 
2008: Photokina, “Purple Hearts/Marine Wedding,” Cologne, Germany, 
2008: Jen Bekman Gallery, ” Homeland”, New York City, 
2008: Elon University, “Purple Hearts,” Elon, North Carolina, 
2007:Jen Bekman Gallery, “Purple Hearts,” New York City, 
2007:Alice Austen House Museum, “Purple Hearts,” Staten Island, NY, 
2006: University of Maryland, “Purple Hearts,” Baltimore, Maryland
2006: Trolley Gallery, “Purple Hearts,” London, England
2005: Galerie Cerami, “Purple Hearts,” Charleroi, Belgium, 
2005: National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum, “Purple Hearts,” Chicago, Illinois, USA 
2005: Deutsche American Institute, “Purple Hearts,” Heidelberg, Germany,


2012: Helsinki Biennial, “Urban and City,” Helsinki, Finland,
2010: Whitney Museum of American Art, “Biennial 2010,” New York, NY
2010: Milano Triennale, “Disquieting Images,” Milan, Italy, 
2010: Biennale d’Art contemporain, d’Ottignies-Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium

Group Exhibitions

Zimmerli Art Museum,  "Subjective Objective: A Century of Social Photography," New Brunswick,USA
F3 Freiraum fur Fotografie, "NOOR by NOOR",  Berlin, Germany
Nathan Cummings Foundation "Reimagining a Safe Space," New York City,  USA
Krakow Month of Photo, "The War from Here," Krakow, Poland
Minneapolis College of Art and Design, "Unloaded,"  Minneapolis, USA
Institute of Contemporary Art at MECA, "Unloaded," Portalnd,  Maine, USA
Brandts Museum,  "In War and Peace" Odense, Denmark
Museum of Yugoslav History, "Lessons of '91",  Belgrade, Serbia
Marcia Wood Gallery,  "Unloaded",  Atlanta, USA
Bronx Documentary Center, "Whose Streets Our Streets, NYC 1980 -2000" Bronx,  USA
University of Kentucky, Bolivar Art Gallery, "Unloaded," Lexington, USA
Colby College, "Conflict, Upheaval and Revolution, " Waterville,  USA
Cahvonnes Battery Museum," "1% Privilege in a time of Global Inequality", Capetown, South Africa
Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, "Unloaded,"  Indianapolis, USA
Organ Vida,  "Lessons of '91" Zagreb,  Croatia
Brown University Watson Institute,  "1% Privilege in a time of Global Inequality", Providence, USA
Station Independent, “WE:AMEricans,” New York City, USA
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, “Marcellus Shale Documentary Project: An Expanded View,” Pittsburgh, USA
Head On Photo Festival, “1% Privilege in a time of Global Inequality”, Sydney, Australia
Eyes on Main Street, Wilson, NC, USA
Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, “Unloaded”, Grand Rapids, MI, USA
Gage Gallery, “1% Privilege in a time of Global Inequality”, Chicago, USA
Handwerker Gallery, Ithaca College, “Unloaded,” Ithaca, NY, USA
Pingyao International Photo Festival, “1% Privilege in a time of Global Inequality, Pingyao, China
Institute Francais, “EveryDay Climate Change,” Milan, Italy
Documentary Days, "Under Taliban,"  Instanbul, Turkey
Browse Gallery, “1% Privilege in a time of Global Inequality” Berlin, Germany
Hamburg Triennal of Photography, “NOOR Za’atari project,” Hamburg, Germany
Monroe Gallery of Photography, “The Long Road: From Selma To Ferguson,” Santa fe, New Mexico, USA
Fotografia Europea 2015, “NOOR Diary of a Changing Planet,’ Reggio Emilia, Italy
Philadelphia Photographic Arts Center, “Marcellus Shale Documentary Project,” Philadelphia, PA, USA
Space, “Unloaded”, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Smackmellon, “Respond,” Brooklyn, NY, USA 
United Nations, “Za’atari”, New York City, USA
Musee de Beaux Arts, “Putain de Guerre”, Charleroi, Belgium
Manchester Art Gallery, The Sensory War, Manchester, UK
Portland Art Museum: Blue Sky at 40, Portland, Oregon, USA
Palmer Art Museum: Marcellus Shale Doc Project, State College, Pennsylvania, USA
Photoville 2014, Za’atari, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Art Works Projects: Slavery Uncovered, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Kunstmuseum Dieselkraftwerk, The Critical Camera, Cottbus, Germany
Francis Marion University, Purple Hearts,Florence, South Carolina, USA
Allegheny College, Marcellus Shale Doc Project, Meadville, PA, USA
Brooklyn Museum, “War/Photography, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Brooklyn Museum, “War/Photography, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Zacheta National Gallery of Art, “In God We Trust,” Warsaw, Poland
Athens Photo Fesitval, “Purple Hearts video”, Athens, Greece
Noorderlicht Photo Festival, “Hedge”, Groningen, The Netherlands
Corcoran Gallery, “War/Photography”, Washington D.C. USA 
Handwerker Gallery, Ithaca College, “Marcellus Shale,” Ithaca, NY, USA
La Maison de la Photographie Robert Doisneau+, “Solutions by NOOR,” Gentilly, France
Center for Photography, “Marcellus Shale,” Woodstock, USA
Weatherspoon Art Museum, “Kids are All Right,” Greensboro, USA
Look 3 Photo Festival, “Fracking” Charlottesville, USA
Annenberg Space for Photography, “War/Photography,” Los Angeles, USA
Red Line Gallery, “The Reality of Fiction,” Denver, USA
Galerie Cerami, “Under the Bridge,” Charleroi, Belgium
Sylvia Wald + Po Kim Gallery, “War is for the Living,” New York, USA
Sol Mednick Gallery, “Marcellus Shale,” Philadelphia, USA
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH) “War/Photography”, Houston, USA
John Michael Kohler Arts Center “The Kids are All Right,” Sheboygan, USA
Kunstverein-Tiergarten “The Critical Camera”, Berlin, Germany
Honolulu Museum of Art, “Courage and Strength,” Honolulu, USA
Pittsburgh Filmmakers, “Marcellus Shale, ” PIttsuburgh, USA
Portland Art Museum, “Flesh and Bones,” Portland, USA
Howard Greenberg Gallery, “New York in Color,” NYC, USA
Ray 2012, “Obama Train,” Frankfurt, Germany
Weatherspoon Art Museum, “Photography as Art and Document,” Greensboro, USA
South Street Seaport Museum, “Occupy Wall Street,” NYC, USA
Fovea Gallery, “Occupy,” Beacon, USA
Getty Gallery, “Solutions”, London, UK
Halle 14, “Changes”, Leipzig, Nuremberg, Weimar, Germany
GEMAK, “Generation 9-11”, The Hague, The Netherlands
Monroe Gallery of Photography, “Big Picture,” Santa Fe, USA
Montserrat College of Art, “For the Record”, Beverly, USA
Silver Eye Center for Photography, “HomeFrontLine, Pittsburgh, USA
Noorderlicht ” Metropolis”, Groningen, The Netherlands
German American Center, Stuttgart, Germany
Canadian War Museum, “War and Medicine,” Ottawa, Canada
Ikono, “Noor” Brussels, Belgium
10b, “Consequences by NOOR,” Rome, Italy
10b, “Solutions by NOOR,” Rome, Italy
Galerie Cerami, “Under the Bridge,” Charlero, Belgium
IUFM Confluences, “US Today After,” Lyon, France
Gallery ID, “Hedge” Miami, Florida
Bieler Fototage, “Homeland”, Bienne, Switzerland
ARos Aarhus Kunstmuseum, “I Love You,” Aarhus, Denmark
Alternatilla, “Consequences by NOOR,” Majorca, Spain
IPPNW World Congress, “Purple Hearts,” Basel, Switzerland
Rembrandt Square, “Consequences by NOOR,” Amsterdam
New Orleans Museum of Art, “The Art of Caring,” New Orleans, LA
Houston Center for Photography, “Unite and Untie,” Houston, Texas
Dask Gallery, “Consequences by NOOR,” Copenhagen, Denmark
Powerhouse Arena, “Its Darkest Places: War Illuminated”, Brooklyn, NY
Galerie Cerami, “No Comment”, Charleroi, Beligum
Noorderlicht, “Human Conditions,” Groningen, The Netherlands
FotoPub, “Homeland,” Novo Mesto, Slovenia
Kunstraum Potsdam, “Purple Hearts/Marine Wedding”, Potsdam, Germany
ArteFoto 2009, “Homeland,” Ancona, Italy
Deutsches Hygiene Museum, ”War and Medicine”, Dresden, Germany
Wellcome Collection, “War and Medicine,” London, England
Stephen Cohen Gallery, “Images of War,” Los Angeles, California
Pingyao International Photo Festival, Pingyao, China
Bumbershoot, “Power of One,” Seattle, Washington
Benham Art Gallery, Seattle, Washington
Fovea Editions, “Frontlines”, Beacon, New York
Portland Art Museum, “New on the Wall,” Portland, Oregon
Massachusetts College of Art, “War Stories,” Boston, USA
Jen Bekman, “Ne Plus Ultra”, New York City
Musee de l’Art Wallon “Icare”, Liege, Belgium
Mark Di Suvero Peace Tower, Chicago, Illinois
World Press Photo Foundation, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Visa Pour L’Image, Perpignan, France
Boca Raton Museum of Art, “Thy Brother’s Keeper” Boca Raton, USA 
Nathan Cummings Foundation, “The Big Picture,” New York City
Green Door Studio, “Purple Hearts,” Burlington, Vermont
Columbia School of Social Work, “Purple Hearts,” New York City
Suny Potsdam, Crumb Library, Potsdam, New York
Galerie Cerami, “Purple Hearts,” Charleroi, Belgium
Spool Mfg – “Overload:” Johnson City, New York
Flint Institute of Arts, “The Human Condition”, Flint, Michigan
Chicago Cultural Center, “Humans Being: Disability in 
Contemporary Art, ” Chicago, Il
Open Society Institute, “Moving Walls,” Washington D.C.
University of Hawaii, “Purple Hearts,” Hilo, Hawaii
World Press Photo Foundation, Amsterdam, 2005
Smack Mellon Gallery, “War,” Brooklyn, New York
Provisions Library, “War”, Washington D.C
Open Society Institute, “Moving Walls,” New York City
Foto&Photo, “Purple Hearts” Cesano Maderno, Italy
Blue Sky Gallery, “Purple Hearts,” Portland, Oregon
2004 – 1991 
Gladstone Building, “Purple Hearts,” Oakland, California
Redux Gallery, “Purple Hearts,” New York City
Visa Pour L’Image, Perpignan, France
Musee de L’Elysee “New York after New York”, Lausanne, Switzerland
Palazzo Isimbardi, “9-11”, Milan, Italy
Museum of the City of New York, “New York Now 2000”
Visa Pour L’Image, Perpignan, France, 1997
United Nations, “Faces of Sorrow”, New York City
Henry Street Settlement, “On the Edge.” New York City

An Autobiography of Miss Wish,  Kehrer, 2017
Homeland, Nina Berman, Trolley, London, 2008
Purple Hearts – Back from Iraq, Nina Berman, Trolley, London 2004

In/Visible War:  The Culture of War in Twenty-First Century America,  Rutgers University Press,  2017
Whose Streets? Our Streets!,  Meg Handler,  Tamar Carroll, Mike Kamber,  Bronx Documentary Center,  2017

1% Privilege in a Time of Global Inequality, Myles Little, Hatje Cantz, 2015
Blue Sky, The Oregon Center for Photographic Arts at 40, Julia Dolan, Portland Art Museum, 2014
Trolleyology, Gigi Giannuzzi/Hannah Watson, Trolley, London, 2013
Photojournalists on War: The Untold Stories from Iraq, Mike Kamber, University of Texas, 2013
War/Photography:Images of Armed Conflict and its Aftermath, Anne Wilkes Tucker, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 2012
Marcellus Shale Documentary Project, Laura Domencic, Pittsburgh, 2012
Bosnia 1992 – 1995, Jon Jones, Gary Knight, Sarajevo, 2012
Making History, RAY Fotografieprojekte, Frankfurt, 2012
Photographs Not Taken, Will Steacy, Daylight Books, 2012
Disquieting Images, Germano Celant /Melissa Harris, Skira, Milan, 2011
Whitney Biennial 2010 Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 2010
US Today After, Gilles Verneret, Silvana Editoriale, Milan, 2010
A History of Women Photographers, Naomi Rosenblum, Abbeville Press Publishers, New York, 2010
The Pursuit of Happiness,Stitching Fotografie, Noorderlicht, 2009
War Stories, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, 2008
Humans Being: Disability in Contemporary Art, Chicago Cultural Center, and Chicago, 2006
Crimes of War, Roy Gutman, David Rieff, Norton, USA, 1999

Academic Books/Journals and Citations
Humanity Journal,  "Object Lessons," University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016
Afterimages, Photography and US Foreign Policy, " Liam Kennedy, The University of Chicago Press, 2016
Public Culture “Fracking Communities”, Colin Jerolmack and Nina Berman, Duke University Press, May, 2106
Photography and Culture, “Faces of Our War, ” Sharon Sliwinski, Vol 8- Issue 2, Taylor and Francis, July 2015
Innocence and Loss: Representations of War and National Identity in the United States, >Ed. Cristina Alsina Risquez,
Cynthia Stretch, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK, 2014
Ugliness: The non-beautiful in Art and Theory, Ed. Andrei Pop and Mechtild Widrich, I.B. Tauris, London, 2014
PTSD:Diagnosis and Identity in Post-empire America, Jerry Lembke, Lexington Books, 2013
War, Culture and the Contest of Images, Dora Apel, Rutgers University Press, 2012
Pictoral Cultures and Political Iconographies: Approaches, Perspectives, Case Studies from Europe and America,
Udo J. Hebel, De Gruyter, Germany, 2011
After Photography, Fred Ritchin, W.W. Norton, 2010
War, Image and Legitimacy: Viewing Contemporary Conflict, James Gow and Milena Michalski, Routledge, NY, 2007
Speculations: Readings in Culture, Identity and Values, Charles I. Schuster, William Van Pelt, Prentice Hall, 1996

Grants, fellowships, honors

2017 Susan E. Tifft fellow, Center for Documentary Studies/Duke University
2016 Aftermath Project Grant recipient
2015 American Photography Annual
2015 Prix Pictet nomination
2014 Society of Professional Journalists/ Northern California/ Best photo essay
2014 The Josephine Herrick Project Annual Photographer Award
2013 Prix Pictet nomination 
2012 Prix Pictet nomination
2012 Puffin Foundation
2009 Hasselblad Masters Award
2009 PDN Annual Book Award
2007 World Press Photo Foundation
2007 Pictures of the Year Award
2006 New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Fellowship
2005 World Press Photo Foundation
2005 Open Society Institute Documentary Grant
2005 American Photo, 100 most important people in photography issue
2005 Days Japan International Photo Award
2003 American Photography Annual
2002 American Photography Annual
2000 Communication Arts
1999 Pictures of the Year
1999 Communication Arts
1998 Emma Award
1998 Pictures of the Year
1998 Communication Arts
1997 Pictures of the Year Award
1993 Pictures of the Year Award
1987 Finalist Livingston Award

Public Collections
Musee de Charleroi, Belgium
Library of Congress, USA
Liege-Musée des Beaux-Arts, Belgium
Museum of Fine Arts Houston, USA
Museum of the City of New York, USA
Open Society Foundation, USA
Portland Art Museum, USA
Teutloff Collection, Germany
Weatherspoon Art Museum, USA

Visiting Artists Lecture Venues
Annenberg Space for Photography
Baruch College
Brooklyn College
Carter Center
Center for Documentary Studies
Columbia University
Drexel University
Duke University
Empire State College
Francis Marion University
International Center of Photography
Indiana University
Institute for Public Knowledge, NYU
Humanity House, The Hague
John Jay College
Kutztown University
Lisbon Consortium
Massachusetts College of Art
Montserrat College of Art
New York Film Academy
New York University
Northern Virginia Community College
Palmer Art Museum – Penn State
Pratt Institute
Princeton University
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rutgers University
School of Visual Arts
Scottish Parliament
Susquehanna University
University of California, Santa Barbara
University of Michigan
University of North Carolina, Greensboro
University of Southern California, Annenberg
Weatherspoon Art Museum
Whitney Museum of American Art
Women Photojournalists of Washington
Yale University

2017 – 2012 
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism: Associate Professor, New York, USA

Al-Liquindoi and Contemporary Image Collection – Visual storytelling workshop – Cairo, Egypt 
Framing the Future/NOOR – Cairo, Egypt
Whitney Museum of American Art: Veterans Eye: Collaborative Program with Brooklyn VA hospital PTSD clinic

NOOR Master Class – St. Petersburg, Russia
Whitney Museum of American Art: Artist in Residence Youth Insights 
1999, 2004 – 2009
International Center of Photography (ICP) 
Documentary/Photojournalism Seminar

Documenting Detroit Fellos
FotoEvidence Grant
Terry O’Neil Photography Award
Terry O’Neill Photography Award 
Aftermath Grant Jury
World Press Photo Foundation Jury
Hasselblad Masters Jury
Pictures of the Year International Jury

Press/Editorial Publications

Columbia Journalism Review “Watching the Press at the DNC, ” Photo Essay, July 27, 2016
Columbia Journalism Review “Watching the Press at the DNC, ” Text and Photo Essay, July 26
Columbia Journalism Review “Watching the Press at the RNC, ” Photo Essay, July 22, 2016
Columbia Journalism Review “Watching the Press at the RNC, ” Photo Essay, July 21, 2016
Columbia Journalism Review “Watching the Press at the RNC, ” Text and Photo Essay, July 20
Vice “Photos from the Frontlines of Frackinig,” Brendan Seibel, July 15, 2016
The Intercept “Guns and Hotdogs”, Photo Essay, text Jon Schwarz, July 3, 2016
Dissent Magazine “Syria’s Displaced,” Photo Essay, Summer 2016
The Intercept “Guns and Hotdogs”, Photo Essay, text Jon Schwarz, July 3, 2016
Dissent Magazine “Syria’s Displaced,” Photo Essay, Summer 2016
Hyperallergic “Confronting Museum Goers with Gun Violence in US,” Sarah Rose Sharp, May 10
Public Culture “Fracking Communities”, Colin Jerolmack and Nina Berman, Duke University Press, May, 2106
Michigan Live “Unloaded exhibit at UICA opens conversation about gun culture in America”, Sheila McGrath, March 17, 2016
Aperture “On Refugees and the Photograph” Fred Ritchin, March 17, 2016
City Limits “Artists Find a Role in NYC’s Debate About Police, Race and Violence”, Nekoro Gomes, March 15, 2016
The Baffler “Homeland Portfolio”, Issue 30, March 2016
The Paris Review, “One Percent”, Geoff Dyer, February 2, 2016
The Ithacan, “A New Kind of Gun Show:Unloaded,” Angela Weldon, January 27, 2016

LowDown Magazine, Feature, Issue 98, Germany
Columbia Journalism Review , “On Photographing the Police: the pros and cons of the embed,” Nina Berman, October 6, 2015
National Geographic “Post 9-11 Seven NG Photographers Reflect,” September 11, 2015
Slate David Rosenberg , “Eat to Win,” July 22, 2015
L’oeil de la photographie Nina Berman, “Eat to Win,” June 26, 2015
TIME, Nina Berman, “My Most Important Photograph,” May 27, 2015
Afterimage, Jen Saffron, “Unloaded”, May 22, 2015
The Intercept, Ann Jones, “Disabled Veterans Shatter the Mythos of American Warfare,” May 15
Columbia Journalism Review, Nina Berman, “The Problem with World Press Photo’s Contest,” March 9, 2015
National Geographic Proof, Jessie Wender, “Portraits of Strength,” March 6, 2015
BagNewsNotes, Michael Shaw, “On Texas Muslim Capitol Day,” February 25, 2015
BFM Podcast, Photojournalism in the age of Instagram, February 21, 2015
Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Mary Thomas, “Art Notes,” February 11, 2015
The New Yorker, Jehan Jillani, “The Aftermath of Police Shootings,” January 29, 2015
The Guardian, Steven Thrasher, “Respond: Artists offer bold, urgent take on #blacklivesmatter,” January 20, 2015
Inside Climate News Katherine Bagley, “21 Photos from the Frontlines of Climate Change,” January 8, 2015

The Skinny Sacha Waldron, “The Sensory War at Manchester Art Gallery, ” December 4, 2014
Gulf News Richard Holledge , “An exhibit on the art of war,” December 4, 2014 
The New Yorker Jonathan Blitzer,” Waiting for the Garner Grand Jury, December 3, 2014
TIME Lightbox The Images that Moved them the Most,” November 11, 2014
Culture 24 Mark Sheerin, “Major Exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery draws on five 
senses to bring home conflict,” October 13, 2014
Audubon Climate Report Raillan Brooks, “12 Views of a Warming World,” September 9, 2014
PDN, David Walker, ” A Show of Hope for Syrian Refugees”, July 2014 
Verve photo, Geoffrey Hiller on “Object Lessons”, May 24, 2014
Columbia Magazine, “Object Lessons,” Nina Berman, Spring 2014
WBEZ, Worldview, Jerome McDonnell, Interview, May 20, 2014
The New Yorker, “Za’atari Photo Booth,” Jackson Krule, May 5, 2014
Dart Center, “Inside These Walls,” Nina Berman, Mary 4, 2014
Remembering Srebenica,“Witnessing Genocide, interview” April 1, 2014 “NOOR’s Installation at the Zaatari camp,” March 26, 2014
SF MOMA - Open Space, Ian Boal, “Faces of War,” March 11, 2014
The Raw File,”This Week in Photography,” February 22, 2014
MotherJones.Com, “It was kind of like slavery,” February 18, 2014
Daily Mail, Daily Mail Editors, “Fracking hell”, February 15, 2014
MIJP Journal, Executive Editor, K.J. Wetherholt, February 2014 issue
New York Times Sunday Book Review, Liesl Shillinger, “Carthage” by Joyce Carol Oates, January 31, 2014
Wired.Com, Brendan Seibel, “Deep Inside America’s Fracking Boom”, January 22, 2014

Bag News Notes, Nina Berman, “Gun Fashion”, November 12, 2013
The Literate Lens, Sarah Coleman, “Trendspotting at Photoville,” September 24, 2013
Slate, David Rosenberg, “This is What Fracking Really Looks Like,” July 19, 2013
NPR Picture Show, Kainaz Amaria, “Our Collective War Story in 185 photographs,” July 15, 2013
On Earth, Gail Henry, “Images into Action” July 8, 2013
LA Times Reframed, Barbara Davidson interviews Anne Wilkes Tucker, “War/Photography,” May 1
Visura Magazine, “Fifteen Minutes Apart, “ April, 2013
Nikon Pro Magazine , Laurence Akers, “Hurricane Sandy”, Spring, 2013
The New Yorker, Maria Locke, “Stop and Frisk,” March 27, 2013
Time Lightbox Bobby Ghosh, “A Decade of War in Iraq”, March 18, 2013
Le journal de la photographie, Laurence Cornet, “War is for the Living,” February 22, 2013
Arte Al Limite, Christian Viveros Faune, “The New Realism,” January – February 2013

Associated Press, Ramit Plushnick-Masti, “War Photography Debuts”, November 10, 2012
Wall Street Journal, Richard Woodward, “A Wide Angle on War, “ December 18, 2012
Art News Robin Cembelast,”The Military is Present,” December 3, 2012
Art Info “The 100 most iconic art works of the last 5 years,” September 17, 2012
Art in America, Christian Viveros Faune, “The New Realism,” June/July 2012 
La Lettre de la photographie, Pauline Veremare interview, June 4, 2012
PDN, Meghan Ahearn, “Unique Perspectives,” June 2012 
The Story – American Public Media, “Photographs Not Taken,”
April 24, 2012 
The New Yorker, Maria Lokke, “Photographs Not Taken,” April 20, 2012
Photonews, Portfolio, Obama Train, April 2012

Art Info, “10 works of art about the Iraq war”, December 15, 2011
The New Yorker, Maria Lokke, “Fracking in Pennsylvania,” December 2, 2011
New York Times, David Gonzalez, “Beyond the Fringe,” October 27, 2011
10 Years and Counting , Tricia Khutoretsky, interview, October 4, 2011
Sunday Times Ireland, Cristin Leach, “Dublin Contemporary”, September 18, 2011
The Epoch Times, Angela McFadden, “Dublin Contemporary,” August 26, 2011 
Irish Arts Review, Mic Moroney, “Dublin Contemporary”, Autumn, 2011
Boston Globe, Cate McQuaid, “Images of conflict, residue of discomfort,” August 31, 2011
Irish Examiner, “Dublin Contemporary”, Carl Dixon, August 18, 2011
Photoworks, Iain Boal, “Hedge”, Spring/Summer, 2011
Aphotoeditor, Jonathan Blaustein, Interview:Nina Berman,” March 7, 2011
PDN, David Walker, “PDN Video Pick: P

Le Monde, “Toxique,” September 29, 2010
Telerama, Luc Desbenoit, “L’Amerique au coeur de Lyon”, September 27, 2010
Tages Anzeiger, Brigitta Niederhauser, “Starke Serien an den, September 7, 2010
L’Express, Nathalie Marchetti, “Le vrai visage des Etats-Unis a Lyon,” September 21, 2010
Focus, Michel Verlinden, “Un monde parfait?, September 16, 2010
ArtInfo, Scott Indrisek, “Seven Shows To See Around The World,” August 16, 2010
Huffington Post, Patrick Sauer, “Marine Wedding Brings the War Home,” April 13, 2010
Huffington Post, Sharon Butler, “A 2010 Whitney Biennial Biopsy”, March 17, 2010
Time Magazine, Richard Lacayo, “Stars of the Arts,” March 12, 2010
The New Yorker, Peter Schjeldahl, “The Art World, “No Offense,” March 8, 2010
California Literary Review, Alix Mckenna, “2010 Whitney Biennial”, March 8, 2010
Village Voice, Christian Viveros-Faune, “The 2010 Whitney Biennial”, March 2, 2010
Thirteen, Susan Yung, “Biennial Time,” February 26, 

Flavorwire, Paul Laster, “Surveying the 2010 Whitney Biennial,” February 26, 2010
New York Times, Holland Cotter, “Biennial on a Budget, Tweaking and Provoking”, February 25, 2010, Linda Yablonsky, “Whitney Biennial Mishmash”, February 25, 2010
New York Magazine, Jerry Saltz, “Change We Can Believe In,” February 24, 2010
Vanity Fair, Todd Eberle, “The Whitney Ambienalle,” February 24, 2010
The Wall Street Journal, Kelly Crow “The Whitney Biennial lightens up,” February 19, 2010
PBS Newshour, Mike Melia “Portraits of the Face of War,” February 2, 2010

The Crack, Side Gallery review, August 2009
Digital Journalist, Homeland, July 10, 2009
New York Times, Homeland Showcase, June 11, 2009
Leica Fotagrafie International, Homeland Portfolio, March, 2009
New City Art, Michael Weinstein, Homeland Review, March 2, 2009
Chicago Tribune, Alan G. Artner, Homeland Review, February 27, 2009
Chicago Public Radio WBEZ, Conversation with Nina Berman, February 13, 2009

Contemporary Annual , Jill Conner, Nina Berman:Atlantic City,” 2008
The Times, Joanna Pitman, Homeland, December 4, 2008
American Photo, David Schonaeur, Interview, December 3, 2008
AlterNet, Lindsay Beyerstein, “Theater of War: Portrait of a Homeland Security State”, November 22, 2008
New Statesman, Carla Power, “State of the Nation”, November 20, 2008
La Repubblica delle Donne, Mario Calabresi, Homeland Review, October 18, 2008
La Libre, “L’image entre info et com,” Marc Bodson, Review, September 9, 2008
British Journal of Photography, Olivier Laurent, “Nina Berman’s ‘Homeland, USA’ series”, September 8, 2008
Le Monde, Claire Guillot, “Une guerre joyeuese et factice,” September 3, 2008
Aperture, Mary Panzer, “Picturing Iraq Veterans”, Summer 2008
Art in America, Marcia E. Vetrocq, “Rules of Engagement,” June 2008
Photoworks, John S. Weber, Homeland Portfolio, Autumn/Winter, 2008-9
The Oregonian, Brian Libby, Review, March 26, 2008
Boston Globe, Cate McQuaid, “The enduring attempt to come to grips with war”, February 21
BBC, “The World”, Alex Gallafent, February 6, 2008
Afterimage, Jen Saffron, Review, Jan/Feb 2008

WNYC, Leonard Lopate, Interview, November 26, 2007
Le Monde, Sylvain Cypel, Review, September 14, 2007
Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Mary Thomas, “Preview: Purple Hearts”, September 7, 2007
Wall Street Journal, James Taranto, Opinion, September 4, 2007 
St. Petersburg Times, Jim Verhulst, “An Interview with Nina Berman”, September 2, 2007
DerSpiegel Online, Marc Pitzke, “Images from the Dark Side of War”, August 30, 2007
Agence France Press, James Hossack, Feature, August 26, 2007
International Herald Tribune, Holland Cotter, Review, August 24, 2007
Time Magazine, Richard Lacayo, Arts Blog, August 22, 2007
New York Times, Holland Cotter, “Words Unspoken Are Rendered on War’s Faces”, August 22
Ojodepez 10, Cover, June 2007
PBS, Bill Moyers Journal, May 11, 2007
Photo District News, Sarah Coleman, Feature, May, 2007
Dallas Morning News, Interview, April 8, 2007
Ottawa Ctizen, Interview, April 8, 2007
Staten Island Advance, Michelle Maskaly, Feature, March 19, 2007
Salon, Lyndsay Beyerstein—Interview, March 10, 2007
British Journal of Photography, February 21, 2007

Baltimore Sun, Glenn McNatt—Review, December 10, 2006
Baltimore Examiner, Emily Campbell—Review, December 2, 2006
Ibyen.Dk (Politiken), Birgitte Kjaer—Feature, November 29, 2006
Clamor Magazine – Cover and Feature, September 2006
Satya Magazine – Feature, Summer 2006 
Vibe Magazine – May 2006
Illinois Issues –Bethany Carson Feature, April 2006,
Honolulu Weekly, – Peter Serafin, Feature, February 8, 2006
WBAI Radio– Wake Up Call –NYC, February 7, 2006
Honolulu Star Bulletin – Rod Thompson, Feature, February – 2, 2006
C-SPAN – Book Tv – December 24, 2005, January 1, 2006

Newark Star Ledger –Dylan Foley, Feature, December 4, 2005
Chicago Sun Times –Misha Davenport, ‘Purple Hearts’ brings home war’s human toll”, November 11, 2005
Monthly Review, William Ayers, Feature, November 1, 2005
KGO TV Evening News – October 6, 2005
NPPA Magazine – Stephen Wolgast, Review, September 2005 
Rangefinder Magazine – A.K. Crump, Review, August 2005 
The Oregonian – July 22, 2005
University of Chicago Magazine – Amber Lee Mason, Review, June 2005
CBS TV Evening News – May 28, 2005
SCPR - Andy Thomas Show, South Carolina Public Radio, May 26, 2005
PBS TV NOW – Feature – May 13, 2005
PBS TV Lehrer News Hour – May 4, 2005
NOS TV – Holland – April 23, 2005
WGNU Radio – Liz Brown, St. Louis, April 20, 2005
Cleveland Free Times –Joshua Green, Review, April 6, 2005
TV Asahi – Japan – March 17, 2005
Brooklyn Rail Yard Nick Stillman, Review, March 2005 
Open Democracy – Feature, March 2005
Seattle Times – J. Patrick Coolican, Review, February 13, 2005
CBC TV – Canada “The Hour” – February 2, 2005
WUSB Radio – Mort Mecklosky, Stony brook, NY, January 24, 2005
KBMS Radio – Opio Sokoni, Portland, OR. January 19, 2005
WBAI -Rise-up Radio, NYC, January 13, 2005

National Catholic Reporter – December 10, 2004 – Review
WDCF Radio – Henry Raines, Tampa, FL, December 16, 2004
Digital Journalist – Feature, Peter Howe, December 2004
Crosswinds Weekly – Cover Story, November 11-18, 2004 – Review – Michael Austin, November 2, 2004
Days Japan – Japan – Feature, November 2004 
Photo District News – Review, November 2004 
MotherJones.Com – Tucker Foehl- Feature, October 28, 2004
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – October 23, 2004 – Interview Karen Fragala October 21, 2004 – Alessandro Ursic, Review October 18, 2004
Saturday Telegraph/ England – Feature, October 17, 2004 
Volkskrant/Holland – Feature, October 9, 2004 
Los Angeles Times – John Needham, review, October 5, 2004, – Evan Derkacz, “The Grief of Baghdad”, October 5, 2004
VPRO/Holland – Cover, October 2, 2004 
Amsterdam News – Jimmie Briggs, review, September 16, 2004 
ABC TV - “This Week” with George Stephanopolous ,September 12, 2004 
Frankfurt Rundschau/Germany – Cover , September 11, 2004, 
NY Press – Alexander Zaitchik review, September 8, 2004
The Record, New Jersey, Jeffrey Page review, August 24, 2004
American Photo – Feature, September/October 2004 
Harvard Nieman Report – Feature, Summer 2004 
TIME.Com- Flash Movie Feature July 19, 2004
Mother Jones – Feature, March/April 2004 
Max/Germany – Feature, May 27, 2004 
CBS Sunday Morning/ USA - March 14, 2004
Focus/ Germany – Feature March 8, 2004 
Facts/Switzerland – Feature, February 12, 2004 
El Mundo/ Spain – Feature, January 11, 2004
Paris Match/ France – Feature, December 24, 2003 
D Magazine/ Italy – Feature, December 13, 2003