Nadine Dinter PR is an owner-managed agency for media relations, PR consulting, and art administration. With its special focus on photography, Nadine Dinter PR supports cultural institutions in Germany and beyond, including museums, galleries, foundations, festivals, and private collections. The Berlin-based agency also works across a variety of sectors in the fields of contemporary art, lifestyle, and art & commerce.

Nadine Dinter’s career had a classic start: after training as a certified foreign language correspondent (English and French), she worked for several years in marketing for the pharmaceutical company Schering in Berlin. Nadine continued along this path at the German Academy for Public Relations (DAPR).

Following her certification as PR consultant, in 2001 Nadine moved to the US for two years. During this time, she studied arts administration at the prestigious New York University and laid the groundwork for her German-American arts and culture network. Parallel to this, she worked at the renowned New York gallery White Columns and handled public relations and procurement for the camera club PPA – Pictorial Photographers of America.

Back in Berlin in 2003, she found her footing in the dynamic, booming world of the Berlin art gallery scene. One of her first stations was a PR project initiated by C/O Berlin for the company Canon; this was followed by her role as director of Galerie Asperger and then as art manager for Alexander Ochs Galleries Berlin|Beijing. In 2006, Nadine drew on these multifaceted experiences to go into business for herself. Since then, her agency has upheld her mission to “consult, communicate, connect” with a commitment to:

Reality Production

The agency nurtures a national and international network thanks to longstanding work with high-profile clients such as the Helmut Newton Foundation, Galerie Bene Taschen, St. Moritz Art Masters, the Mark Shaw Archives, the Richard Avedon Foundation and artists working in photography and beyond, such as Roger Ballen, Till Brönner, David Drebin, Larry Fink, Katja Flint, Greg Gorman, René Groebli, F.C. Gundlach, Olaf Heine, Marc Hom, Frank Horvat, Thomas Kretschmann, Christopher Makos, Sheila Metzner, Erwin Olaf, Vincent Peters, Jean Pigozzi, Platon, Sebastiao Salgado, Lawrence Schiller, Alice Springs, Mario Testino, Albert Watson, and Ellen von Unwerth. As a result, new clients benefit from a variety of synergy effects and heightened visibility.

In autumn 2018, Nadine Dinter curated the exhibition “Corpus Delicti” with works by Sonia Szóstak, Steven Kohlstock, and Simon Lohmeyer at The Ballery, an independent art space in Berlin. It sparked wide interest and media coverage as a photographic discourse on the ambivalence of body representations in social media and its impacts on people today.

Since September 2019 Nadine Dinter has penned a column on the prominent photography website L´Oeil de la Photographie. Monthly interviews and discussions with figures from the international photography scene are conducted under the title “What’s new?”

In 2020 Nadine Dinter was appointed to the German Photographic Society (DGPh).

Both in the past as well as the future, Nadine Dinter PR approaches client relationships according to the slogan:

Never with the nose high,
but always a nose ahead!


Nadine Dinter PR cooperates with external experts in the art and culture sectors:

Anja Sommer
Research, media monitoring, project assistance

Dr. Tanja Vonseelen
Editing + proofreading

Alisa Kotmair
Translation (DE > EN), English language copywriting and editing

Thorsten Wulff
Event Management + Event Photography

Dominik H. Müller
Event Management

Anna Eibl
Event Management

Stéphane Hugel
Web + Print + Corporate

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