Beatrice Minda

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Beatrice Minda (* 1968 in Munich ) is a German photo artist.


Beatrice Minda is the daughter of Romanian emigrants and grew up in Munich. She completed her studies at what was then the Hochschule der Künste in Berlin , today's University of the Arts , in 1997 as a master class student of Katharina Sieverding .

Since then, Beatrice Minda has been working freely in series: 1997 Ephemer , 2000 une vie plus ordinaire , 2003–2006 what remains , 2003–2006 “Inner World”, 2004–2007 “Shift”, 2012 “Tea Time in Tehran”, 2013 “Iran. Interrupted ". 2017/2018 "Dark Whispers". Further work in the field of architectural photography.

Minda lives in Berlin.


Among other things, Beatrice Minda realized an extensive photo project in Romania , the home of her parents. There she photographed private interiors that reminded her of the rooms of her childhood in Timisoara . The result of this work was shown in the photo exhibition Inner World. Photographs from Romania and exile shown across Europe. An illustrated book with the same name was also published. A second illustrated book also shows private living spaces from Iran from 2010 and 2011. Her latest work deals with private houses and interiors in Myanmar .


  • 2006: Magma Goldrausch , Kunstraum Kreuzberg / Bethanien, Berlin.
  • 2007: Inner World. Photographs from Romania and exile , Grassimuseum für Völkerkunde, Leipzig; then: Galerie nei Liicht , Dudelange , Luxembourg and VHS-Photo Gallery , Stuttgart.
  • 2013: Iran. Interrupted , IKOB, Museum of Contemporary Art, Eupen , Belgium.
  • 2015: Only-Photography , Berlin.
  • 2017/2018: Dark Whispers, Goethe-Institut Paris and Yangon . Podbielski Contemporary, Berlin.



Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Mona Lisa in Tehran. In: FAZ . January 22, 2015, p. R10.
  2. ^ Lotto Brandenburg: Art Prize for Literature Photography from LAND BRANDENBURG LOTTO GmbH. Retrieved December 14, 2015 .