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Nina Kalenbach

Freelance art historian and curator, lives in Hamburg

Nina Kalenbach and Till Krause jointly conceived and conducted the "Yamuna-Elbe Project: Free River Zone Hamburg".

Studied Art History, European Ethnology / Cultural Anthropology and Museum Management at the University of Hamburg. She completed her Magister in 2010 with a dissertation on process orientated art, co-authorship and the role of the spectator in Hans Haacke’s ‘Germania’. Since then she worked on exhibition projects in collaboration with the Galerie für Landschaftskunst and guided tours to art works in public space in Hamburg.

Projects in collaboration with the Galerie für Landschaftskunst

- Yamuna-Elbe Project: Free River Zone
- Clegg & Guttmann, Monument of Monuments: Indoor and outdoor discussions around the Open Debate Station


Exhibition "Kreis-Geschichten. 75 Jahre Landkreis Harburg", Freilichtmuseum am Kiekeberg, 2007 - 2008. In collaboration with Lina Nikou: concept and realization of one chapter of an exhibition on mental images of the district of Harburg. 


Art in the City of Hamburg. 40 Works in Public Space, ed. by Uwe Fleckner, Berlin: Nicolai Verlag, 2007
- ››Der Engel schwieg‹‹ – Mahnmal zum 60. Jahrestag des Hamburger Feuersturms in Rothenburgsort von Volker Lang, p. 151-153
- Die ewig Badende von Elisabeth Richnow, p. 163-165
- Hafensafari von Rolf Kellner, Heike Lorenz, Frank Sleegers und Ulrich Stief, p. 147-149
- niemandes land von Piet Trantel, p. 171-173