Nadine Ethner, based in Berlin, works on interdisciplinary projects as a photographer and artist with other artists. Travel in Europe, India, Japan, North Africa and Turkey during the same period exerted a strong, lasting influence on her visual language. This diversity of experience resulted in numerous group and solo shows in various galleries, institutions and foundations. She was born in Germany in 1975 and studied at Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design in Halle, Germany and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, Italy. She spent seven years in Rome, where she collaborated with international artists on various interactive projects. In 2007 she moved to Berlin, where she and other international artists and photographers co-founded the exhibition space exp12/exposure twelve in 2010. Nadine always collaborates with artists and photographers, designers, institutions, cultural associations as well as a diverse array of companies, agencies, and teams from different fields. In 2016 she founded VTph Visual Thoughts – an online magazine and platform from which she presents international artistic positions in photography and discusses the following essential question: What do they do to us, these photographs that describe, narrate and interpret time and our world with such great complexity? In 2021 she founded VTph editions – an online gallery and online shop with a fine selection of contemporary fine art photography. VTph editions presents the artwork of upcoming and renowned artists for a new generation of collectors, art lovers and the interested audience.