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 Houston, the...
Vice feature on An autobiography of Miss Wish
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Bruno Bayley at Vice UK, interviewed me about my latest book An autobiography of Miss Wish
As there are more and more photographers around the world, photojournalists are faced with dwindling possibilities and an industry reluctant to pay for their work. Photojournalists are venturing into new markets to diversify income to keep producing work and tell new stories. What are the implications of such developments on the quality of the work, on the stories being told, and other ethical considerations?
Moderated by Bertan Selim (Secretary to the Network Partner Committee, Coordinator Grants & Collaborations for the Prince Claus Fund)
Short film by Nina Berman screens at Fort Lauderdale, Florida International Film Festival in November
Saturday, August 19, 2017
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NIna Berman's short documentary film titled "Triumph of the Shill" is a reimagining of the 1935 Leni Riefenstahl Nazi classic, updated for the Donald Trump era. The film has been selected to screen at the Fort Lauderdale, Florida International Film Festival.
The festival runs from Nov 3 - November 19.
on PDN Online: DOING THE RIGHT THING: NINA BERMAN ON ETHICAL CHOICES
Monday, July 24, 2017
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Nina Berman is one of five photojournalists PDN interviewed for the Ethics and Photography issue (July). In this interview, Berman, a documentary photographer and an associate professor at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, discusses the changes in the editorial market and how it influences the choices photographers make while covering stories, the responsibility of editors, and the principles she teaches her students.
In/Visible War: The Culture of War in 21st Century America is published by Rutgers University Press. My work is on the cover and inside as a 12 page portfolio and written essay. The book is provocative reading for those interested in a central paradox: in American culture war is both ubiquitous and invisible.