Member of:
DOCKS Collective, VG Bild-Kunst, Freelens e.V. and Fotobus Society
Represented by LAIF Agency









Exhibitions:

2021 (upcoming)  
︎︎︎”home”, Sprengelmuseum, Hannover, Germany    

︎︎︎Format Festival, Derby, Great Britain


2020   
︎︎︎ “Neuland”, Galerie am Wesertor, Minden
︎︎︎ "the pandemic", visa pour l'image, Perpignan, France

︎︎︎ "Athen photofestival", Benaki Museum, Athen, Greece

︎︎︎ "Festival della Fotografica Etica", Lodi, Italy

︎︎︎ Fokus Nachwuchs", Galerie Altes Rathaus, Worpswede, Germany

︎︎︎ "PORTRAITS", Technische Sammlung, Dresden, Germany


2019 

︎︎︎ "in condition", f2 photofestival, Dortmund, Germany

︎︎︎ "encounters", Künstlerhaus Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany

︎︎︎ "Deutscher Jugendfotopreis", Photokina, Köln, Germany



Talks:

︎︎︎ speaker German American Conference at Harvard, November 2020

︎︎︎ panel discussion, city hall Balingen, July 2019

︎︎︎ panel discussion, Depot Dortmund, June 2018






Ingmar Björn Nolting (1995) lives and works as a freelance photographer in Leipzig, Germany. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Photography from the University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Dortmund. His work focuses on long-term photo essays that, as seen in ‘Hinter Fassaden’ (2016–2019), ´The Dream of the Poets´ (2019–2020), ‘Road of Kolyma’ (2020) and ‘about the days ahead (2020)‘, deal with issues of social, geographical and geopolitical isolation. Ingmar holds a scholarship of Stiftung Kunstfonds.

He is a founding member of “DOCKS Collective” for humanist photography.

He is based in Leipzig, Germany and is available for assignments, feel free to request.

Ingmar’s work has been published in TIME Magazine, time.com, ZEIT Magazin, The Sunday Times, GEO, The Guardian, STERN, Brand Eins, ZEIT, ZEIT Campus, Geolino, DUMMY, fluter, SZ Familie, NZZ, Nido, Focus, ZEIT Online, Spiegel Online, DBmobil, krautreporter, Emerge Magazin for young Photojournalism, PDNedu, …

His work is part of the art collection of the Museum of Art and Cultural History, Dortmund.

Awards and Mentions (selected):
2021
︎︎︎ADC, Grand Prix Winner
︎︎︎Publication Grant of the Stiftung Kulturwerk, Grant Winner
︎︎︎ Prix Isem, Finalist
︎︎︎ Stiftung Kunstfonds, Scholarship
︎︎︎ Sony World Photography Awards, Shortlist
︎︎︎ Copenhagen Photofestival, Finalist
︎︎︎Belfast Photofestival, Shortlist
︎︎︎ PORTRAITS Hellerau, Finalist
︎︎︎ APA Photographer of the year

2020
   
︎︎︎ Vonovia Award for Photography, 2nd Prize
︎︎︎ Ian Parry Scholarship, Highly Commended
︎︎︎ Grant of the Kulturstiftung Sachsen
︎︎︎ W. Eugene Smith Grant, Finalist
︎︎︎ Prix SixMois du Photojournalisme, Finalist
︎︎︎ Getty Images Reportage Grant, Winner
︎︎︎ LensCulture Critics’ Choice Award, Winner
︎︎︎ World Report Award, Student Category, Winner
︎︎︎Hansel-Mieth Award, Nominee
︎︎︎Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards, Winner
︎︎︎VG Bildkunst Stipendium, Grant Winner
︎︎︎PORTRAITS — Hellerau Photography Award, Finalist
︎︎︎German Youth Photography Award, Grand Prize Winner

2019   

︎︎︎BFF Förderpreis, Grant Winner  
︎︎︎Gomma Grant, Shortlist
︎︎︎Alexia Foundation, Student Grant, Shortlist
︎︎︎Otto-Steinert-Preis, Honorable Mention
︎︎︎Fujifilm Young Talent Award, Finalist
︎︎︎ND Awards, Documentary, Silver
︎︎︎Athens Photo Festival, Shortlist
︎︎︎New Generation Prize at PHmuseum Grant, Honorable Mention
︎︎︎PDNedu, Portraiture, Honorable Mention

2018   
︎︎︎Emerge Visual Journalism Grant, Winner
︎︎︎OKS Portfolio Review Night, selected
︎︎︎Vonovia Award for Photography, Newcomer Award, Finalist
︎︎︎LuganoPhotoDays Emerging Award, Finalist
︎︎︎Canon Masterclass, Visa pour l’image, Perpignan, selected

2017 
︎︎︎Vonovia Award for Photography, Newcomer Award, Winner
︎︎︎Felix Schoeller Photo Award, Best ︎︎︎Emerging Photographer, Shortlist
︎︎︎Kolga Award, Best Documentary, Nominated
︎︎︎Kolga Award, Newcomer Award, Finalist
︎︎︎NikonNOOR-Workshop, C/O Berlin, selected

2016   
︎︎︎German Youth Photography Award, Awardee

2015   
︎︎︎Scholarship, granted by the German Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF)