BIO

Nadine Baldow is a visual artist working mainly with site-specific installations. She studied with professor Eberhard Bosslet, at the Academy of Fine Arts in Dresden after completing a woodcarving apprenticeship in the Alps. Baldow’s work predominantly addresses the relationship between humankind and nature, and their ongoing impact on each other. She created site-specific interventions in the Himalayas in India; at Gozo Contemporary in Malta, the national park Šumava in Czech; the nature conservation island Vilm in Germany; the Baumwollspinnerei Leipzig (Halle 14 – a room that...) and in Seoul, South Korea in cooperation with the Hansung University. She has also produced several public space interventions in Panjim, Dresden, and Görlitz; and has exhibited her work in Switzerland, Germany, Poland, the Netherlands, Malta, Berlin, South Korea and India. Her work has been shown at the Contemporary Art Week, Delhi; the International Exhibition for Contemporary Art, Ostrale, the ArtFair Düsseldorf and at Valletta Contemporary. She is currently holder of a working stipend in Berlin in cooperation with the museum of urban contemporary art, Urban Nation, supported by the Foundation "Berliner Leben".

Nadine Baldow Valletta Contemporary Artist
Nadine Baldow Story of Foundation Panjim India Artist