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Nanna Heitmann (b. 1994 in Ulm, Germany) is a documentary photographer who is currently based in Moscow, Russia.

Her works often deal with issues of isolation – physical, social and spiritual – as well as the very nature of how people react to and interact with their environs.

She has received awards that include the World Press Photo Award, the Olivier Rebbot Award and the Leica Oscar Barnack Newcomer Award as well as the Ian Parry Award of Achievement and has been listed on The 30: New and Emerging Photographers to Watch 2020.

Heitmann’s work has been published by National GeographicTIME Magazine, M Le Magazine du Monde, De VolkskrantStern Magazine and she has worked on assignments for outlets including The New York TimesTIME Magazine, The Washington Post and Stern Magazine.

Nanna is an associate member of Magnum Photos.


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German / Russian photographer Nanna HEITMANN.

The exhibition Jetzt: Magnum Photos at the Reinbeckhallen (2 September to 27 November 2022) is a further highlight. At the beginning of 2020, members of the photographic cooperative Magnum Photos began to share their work and thoughts on the world around them in an email chain. Through these exchanges, which were an initial reaction to the abrupt shifts and realizations brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, they came to realize that their agency—founded by photographers Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, George

One particular highlight is the Helmut Newton Foundation with its exhibition entitled Magnum Photos: The Misfits (3 September – 20 November 2022). In 1960 the famous director John Huston recreated Arthur Miller’s famous work as a star-studded movie. Almost everybody who was at Magnum at the time took photographs on the set, creating world-famous images that will feature as part of the agency’s anniversary celebrations in Berlin.Images on the set: the insightful pictures taken during the production of The Misfits