Full CV


Martin Roemers

Oldehove, Netherlands, 1962

AKI, Academy of Fine Arts, Enschede, Netherlands

– Anastasia Photo Gallery, New York City
– East Wing Gallery, Doha

– Hatje Cantz, Berlin

Books (Monographs)  
Relics of the Cold War / Iconen van de Koude Oorlog (updated reprint)
Waanders Publishers (Netherlands, 2020). Texts by Nadine Barth, H.J.A. Hofland, Martin Roemers, 74 photographs, 152 pages, English/Dutch
Hatje Cantz (Germany, 2015). Texts by Ricky Burdett, Azu Nwagbogu, Els Barents; 86 photographs, 144 pages, English
The Eyes of War
Hatje Cantz (Germany, 2012). Texts by Cees Nooteboom, Martin Roemers; Interviews by Martin Roemers; 40 photographs, 144 pages, English/German/Dutch
Relics of the Cold War
Hatje Cantz (Germany, 2009). Texts by Nadine Barth, H.J.A. Hofland, Martin Roemers, 73 photographs,144 pages, English
Trabant. The Final Days of Production / Die letzten Tage der Produktion
Wasmuth Verlag (Germany, 2007),  Texts by Winnfried Sonntag, Achim Dresler, Kerstin Schwenn; 40 photos, 84 pages, English/German
The Never-Ending War / De eindeloze oorlog
QV Publishers  (Netherlands, 2005). Text by H.J.A. Hofland; 51 photographs, 118 pages, English/Dutch
Legermuseum (Netherlands, 2003). Text by Frits Baarda; 28 photographs, 48 pages, English/Dutch
Tussen vijandige buren
Mets & Schilt Publishers (Netherlands, 2000). Text by Henri Beunders; 57 photographs, 98 pages, Dutch
De laatste lichting / The last batch
Het Apollohuis (Netherlands, 1996). Texts by Rolf Sachsse, Herman Amersfoort; 54 photographs, 72 pages, Dutch/English

Museum Collections   
– The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
– Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
– Huis Marseille – Museum for Photography, Amsterdam
– Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle, Netherlands
– Drents Museum, Assen, Netherlands
– Kunsthal, Rotterdam, Netherlands
– National Military Museum, Soesterberg, Netherlands
– Deutsches Historisches Museum (German Historical Museum), Berlin
– Haus der Geschichte (House of History of the Federal Republic of Germany), Bonn
– Sächsisches Industriemuseum, Chemnitz, Germany
– Stadtmuseum Berlin, Berlin
– Fondazione MAST, Bologna, Italy

Public Collections
– Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Art Collection, The Hague, Netherlands
– Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, The Hague, Netherlands
– Embassy of the Netherlands in Brasilia, Brasil
– Embassy of the Netherlands in Havana, Cuba
– Erasmus Huis / The Netherlands Embassy, Jakarta, Indonesia
– University of Leiden, Photography Collection, Leiden, Netherlands

Corporate and Private Collections  (Selected)
– Ford Foundation, Art Collection, New York, NY
– World Resources Institute, Washington DC
– Anthony Terrana Collection, Boston, MA
– Royal DSM, Art Collection, Heerlen, Netherlands

Awards & Nominations  (Selected)
C = Catalogue
– Prix Pictet 2016 Space, Nomination ‘Metropolis’ (longlist). Included in catalogue (C)
– DutchCulture Buitengaats 2016. The Netherlands Cultural Export. The most active Photographers outside The Netherlands:
1. Erwin Olaf, 2. Martin Roemers, 3. Rineke Dijkstra
– LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2015, 1st prize ‘Metropolis’ (C)
– Deutscher Fotobuchpreis (German Photo book Award) 2013, Nomination ‘The Eyes of War
– World Press Photo 2011: 1st prize Daily Life Stories ‘Metropolis’ (C)
– Sony World Photography Awards 2011, Nomination ‘The Eyes of War
– Prix Pictet 2010 Growth, Nomination ‘Metropolis’ (longlist). Included in catalogue (C)
– Photo District News, USA, Notable Photo Books of 2010 ‘Relics of the Cold War’
– Daylight/ CDS Photo Awards 2010, USA, Project Prize: Honorable Mention ‘Relics of the Cold War’
– Daylight/ CDS Photo Awards 2010, USA, Work-in-Process Prize: Juror Pick ‘Metropolis’
– European Prize of Architectural Photography 2009, Commendation ‘Metropolis’ (C)
– Bouw in Beeld Prijs 2009, Netherlands, Finalist (C)
– World Press Photo 2006: 2nd prize Portraits StoriesThe Never-Ending War’ (C)

Exhibitions  (Selected)
C = Catalogue
2022  (solo) The Wende Museum, Los Angeles, Relics of the Cold War (C)
2022  Fondazione MAST, Bologna, The MAST Collection. A visual alphabet of industry, work and technology
2021  Photo Festival Paraty em Foco, Paraty, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Metropolis
2021  (preview to solo exhibit in 2022) Wende Museum, Culver City, Los Angeles, Relics of the Cold War
2020  Photo Festival Eyes on Main Street, Wilson, North Carolina (C)
2020  Militärhistorisches Museum Berlin-Gatow, Berlin, Remnants of the War (1942–1945) (C)
2020  (solo) Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle, Netherlands, Relics of the Cold War (C)
2020  Museum Arnhem, Arnhem, Netherlands, City Life. People & the Urban Reality
2020  House of History of the Federal Republic of Germany (Haus der Geschichte), Bonn, Leukoplastbomber und Ampelmännchen
2019  State Gallery of Art, Hyderabad, India, (screening) Indian Photofest
2019  (solo) Erasmus Huis, Embassy of the Netherlands, Jakarta, Indonesia, Metropolis
2019  Photo Festival Eyes on Main Street, Wilson, North Carolina (C)
2019  Jeonju Photography Festival, Jeonju, South Korea
2019  Guler Sanat Gallery, Ankara, Turkey, A Turkish Breeze through a Dutch frame
2019  (solo) Zeitgeschichtliches Forum, Leipzig, Germany, Relics of the Cold War
2019  Torch Gallery, Amsterdam, Through the Looking Glass
2018  (solo) Asian Library, University of Leiden, Netherlands, Metropolis 
2018  Austrian Cultural Forum Rome, Rome, Italy, Obiettivo Pace – The Alfred Fried Photography Award
2018  House of Photography, Deichtorhallen Hamburg, Germany, Street. Life. Photography. Seven Decades of Street Photography (C)
2018  (solo) Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Chicago, Metropolis 
2018  Royal DSM, Art Collection, Sittard, Netherlands, New Acquisitions: Metropolis
2018  (solo) House of History of the Federal Republic of Germany (Haus der Geschichte), Bonn, Relics of the Cold War 
2018  (solo) Drents Museum, Assen, Netherlands, Kabul Portraits
2017  (solo) Rijksmuseum Twenthe, Enschede, Netherlands, Metropolis 
2017  (solo) University Library, Leiden, Netherlands, New Acquisitions: Urban Jungle. Megacities in Asia
2017  Gemeente Museum Den Haag, The Hague, Netherlands, Wonderkamers
2017  DongGang Museum of Photography, Yeongwol, South Korea, Metropolis (C)
2017  Art Central, Hong Kong (Art Fair)
2017  (solo) India Habitat Centre – Visual Arts Gallery, New Delhi, Metropolis 
2017  (solo) Anastasia Photo Gallery, New York City, Metropolis 
2017  YIP Art, Paradiso Noord, Amsterdam (Art Auction)
2016  (solo) Torch Gallery, Amsterdam, Metropolis
2016  (solo) Deutsches Historisches Museum (German Historical Museum), Berlin, Relics of the Cold War
2016  PhotoEast, Suffolk, UK, The Eyes of War
2016  (solo) Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum, Mumbai, Metropolis
2016  Biennial of Photography, Knokke-Heist, Belgium, Mexico Megalopolis (C)
2016  (solo) Huis Marseille – Museum for Photography, Amsterdam, Metropolis (C)
2016  Art Miami, Miami (Art Fair)
2016  Amsterdam Art Fair, Amsterdam
2016  (solo) East Wing Gallery, Dubai, Metropolis
2015  (solo)  Arsenal, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, The Eyes of War
2015  Acte2 Galerie, Paris, Urban Dreams
2015  Angkor Photo, Siem Reap, Cambodia (screening), Metropolis
2014  (solo) Deutsches Historisches Museum (German Historical Museum), Berlin, The Eyes of War
2014  (solo) Anastasia Photo Gallery, New York, Relics of the Cold War
2014  Visa Pour l’Image, Perpignan, France (screening)
2014  Bursa Fotofest, Bursa, Turkey, The Never-Ending War
2014  (solo) Huis Marseille – Museum for Photography, Amsterdam, preview Metropolis
2014  Museum of Contemporary Art Erarta, St. Petersburg, Russia, Under Cover
2013  Paris Photo, Paris (Art Fair), Metropolis
2013  Photoville, New York, Metropolis
2013  The Empty Quarter, Dubai, Metropolis
2013  Somerset House, London, Syngenta Photography Award
2013  Art Rotterdam (Art Fair), Metropolis
2013  European Architectural Photography Prizes, Wissenschaftspark Gelsenkirchen, Germany (C)
2013  Photofestival Naarden, Netherlands, 30 jaar Pf
2012  (solo) Kunsthal, Rotterdam, Netherlands, The Eyes of War (C)
2012  (solo) Anastasia Photo Gallery, New York City, Metropolis
2012  Rencontres d’Arles, France, Metropolis (screening)
2012  Photoville, Dumbo Arts Center, New York City, Let’s face it
2012  MOTI museum, Breda, Netherlands, Rollercoaster
2011  Museum of Estonian Architecture, Talinn, Estonia, Metropolis – City Life in the Urban Age
2011  The Empty Quarter, Dubai, Metropolis 2.0
2011  Noorderlicht Photofestival, Groningen, Netherlands, Metropolis – City Life in the Urban Age (C)
2011  Sony World Photography Festival 2011, London, San Francisco, Shanghai, Sao Paulo
2011  World Press Photo, worldwide (C)
2011  Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague, Netherlands, Summer Exhibition (C)
2011  Photofestival Naarden, Naarden, Netherlands, Let’s face it
2010  (solo) Krasnoyarsk Museum Center, Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia, Relics of the Cold War
2010  (solo) Deutsches Museum, Munich, Germany, Trabant – The Final Days of Production
2010  Duke University, Center for Documentary Studies, Durham NC, USA, Daylight Awards 
2010  Breda Photo, Breda, Netherlands, Tilt (C)
2010  Noorderlicht Photofestival, Leeuwarden, Netherlands, Warzone (C)
2010  State Chancellery, Dresden, Germany, Sachsen
2010  Elders. Idylle en frictie in het landschap, Sint-Michielsgestel, Netherlands (C)
2009  (solo) Willy Brandt Haus, Berlin, Relics of the Cold War (C)
2009  (solo) Stadt- und Industriemuseum Rüsselsheim, Germany, Trabant – The Final Days of Production
2009  (solo) Legermuseum, Delft, Netherlands, Cold War Graveyard (C)
2009  (solo) Kunsthal, Rotterdam, Netherlands, A tribute to the Trabant
2009  Stadtmuseum Berlin, Ephraim-Palais, Berlin, Fallmauerfall | 61 – 89 – 09 Grenzueberschreitung und Grenzerfahrung im Spiegel der Kunst (C)
2009  Cobra Museum, Amstelveen, Netherlands, Gimme Shelter—Bouw in Beeldprijs (C)
2009  Deutsches Architekturmuseum (German Architecture Museum) Frankfurt, New Homeland (C)
2009  The Hague Museum for Photography, Netherlands, Zilveren Camera (C)
2008  FOAM, Amsterdam, The Living Other (C)
2008  (solo) Sächsisches Industriemuseum, Chemnitz, Germany, Trabant – The Final Days of Production
2007  (solo) Kunsthal, Rotterdam, Netherlands, The Never-Ending War
2007  (solo) Willy-Brandt-Haus, Berlin, Trabant – The Final Days of Production (C)
2006  World Press Photo, worldwide (C)
2006  Customs House, Sydney, Australia, Dutch Decade: Photography from The Netherlands
2005  Noorderlicht Photofestival, Groningen, Netherlands, Traces & Omens (C)
2005  (solo) Legermuseum, Delft, Netherlands, New Acquisitions: The Never-Ending War (C)
2004  State Museum of the Political History of Russia, St. Petersburg, Warzone — Dutch Photographers and International Conflicts
2003  (solo) Legermuseum, Delft, Netherlands, Kabul (C)
2002  The Netherlands Photo Institute, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Warzone 
2001  (solo) Noorderlicht Gallery, Groningen, Netherlands, Between Hostile Neighbours
2000  (solo) Legermuseum, Delft, Netherlands, Tussen Vijandige Buren / Between Hostile Neighbours (C)

Photo series in printed media (Selected)
– National Geographic Magazine (International Edition)
– The New York Times (US)
– Time Magazine (US)
– Newsweek (US)
– Financial Times Magazine (UK)
– Foto8 (UK)
– Newsweek (Japan)
– Art Journal (India)
– La Nacion Revista (Argentina)
– Life Magazine (China)
– Soura Magazine (United Arab Emirates)
– Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany)
– Geo (Germany)
Geo Histoire (France)
El Pais Magazine (Spain)
– Helsinki Times (Finland)
– Eyemazing (Netherlands)
– Gup Magazine (Netherlands),
– Volkskrant Magazine (Netherlands)
– Vrij Nederland (Netherlands)
– NRC (Netherlands)
– la Repubblica Velvet (Italy)
– D la Repubblica (Italy)
– Zoom (Italy)
– Du Kulturmagazin (Switzerland)
– NZZ Folio (Switzerland)
– Esquire (Russia)

Art Books & Catalogues with contributions by Roemers
A critical curation of 100 essential photos, Gemma Padley, Ivy Press (UK, 2021)
– Militärhistorisches Museum Berlin-Gatow: Exhibition Catalogue Remnants of the War – Unexploded Ordnance From Aerial Bombing (1942–1945) (Germany, 2020)
– Deichtorhallen Hamburg: Street. Life. Photography. Seven Decades of Street Photography, Sabine Schnakenberg, Kehrer Verlag (Germany, 2018)
– Prix Pictet: Space, teNeues (Germany, 2017)
Rijksmuseum Studies in Photography. Document Nederland, Rijksmuseum, Rixt A.Bosma (Netherlands, 2017)
1001 Photographs You Must See In Your Lifetime, Paul Lowe, Universe Publishing (US, 2017)
16th Donggang International Photo Festival (Korea, 2017)
PhotoViz. Visualizing Information Through Photography, Nicholas Felten, Gestalten (Germany, 2016)
LensCulture: Street Photography Awards 2015, (USA, 2016)
Mexico Megalopolis, Lannoo (Belgium, 2016)
– Rijksmuseum: Modern Times, Mattie Boom and Hans Rooseboom  (Netherlands, 2014)
– Noorderlicht: Metropolis – City Life in the Urban Age (Netherlands, 2011)
– National Geographic: Visions of Earth, Susan Tyler Hitchcock (USA, 2011)
Prix Pictet: Growth, teNeues (Germany, 2011)
World Press Photo 2011, Schilt Publishing (Netherlands, 2011)
– Noorderlicht: Warzone (Netherlands, 2010)
– BredaPhoto: Tilt (Netherlands, 2010)
New Homeland / Neue Heimat, Architekturbild (Germany, 2009)
– Stadtmuseum Berlin: Fallmauerfall. Grenzueberschreitung und Grenzerfahrung im Spiegel der Kunst, Dominik Bartmann, G+H Verlag (Germany, 2009)
– Volkskrant: Andere Ogen. 10 jaar eigenzinnige Nederlandse fotografie, Theo Audenaerd, Meulenhoff (Netherlands, 2009)
Germany since 1945 through the Eye of Dutch Photographers, Flip Bool (Netherlands, 2008)
Al Manakh, Archis (Netherlands, 2007)
World Press Photo 2006, Thames & Hudson (UK, 2006)
– Noorderlicht: Traces & Omens (Netherlands, 2005)
– Rijksmuseum: Document Nederland, Jet Baruch (Netherlands, 2005)

Bibliography (Reviews, Interviews, Writings, Portfolios)
– FD Persoonlijk (Netherlands), Op missie, Jeroen Bos, p. 38-43, Sept. 11, 2021
– FD Persoonlijk (Netherlands), Resten van de Koude Oorlog, Jeroen Bos, p. 36-41, Jan. 18, 2020
– Trouw (Netherlands), Een oorlog die koud bleef, Christine Baart, p.32-33, Feb. 15, 2020
– The Jakarta Post (Indonesia), Beauty amid chaos: Martin Roemers dissects world’s megacities, Teddy Hans, p. 20, July 10, 2019
– Art Journal-Visual Arts Gallery (India), Metropolis, p. 88-95, Vol. 14, 2019
– NZZ Folio (Switzerland), Im Sog der Städte, P. 44-51, #3, 2019
– Museumsmagazin (Germany), Neue Ausstellung mit Fotografien von Martin Roemers in Leipzig. Steng geheim!, Robert Rösler, p. 26, 27; #1-2019
– Volume/Archis (Netherlands), Crossing – Martin Roemers, p. 40-47, #53, 2018
– Museumsmagazin (Germany), Relikte des Kalten Krieges Fotografien von Martin Roemers, Dr. Thorsten Smidt, p. 6-11; #2-2018
– Life Magazine (China), Growing City, YT Wong; p. 12-16, 20-24, 26-33, 36-41, Sep. 2017
– National Geographic Magazine (International Edition), A Photographer’s Journal; Metropolis, Martin Roemers; p. 120-129, March 2017
– National Public Radio (USA), This Photographer Captures A Megacity’s Vibe In A Single Photo, Malaka Gharib; online, Feb. 18, 2017
– The Statesman (India), Captured in Motion, Sarah Berry; March 2, 2017
– The National (Dubai), How Dutch photographer Martin Roemers captures city life in a single snap, Anna Seaman; Sep. 26, 2016
– El Pais Magazine (Spain), Aquí no hay sitio para nadie; p. 38-43, Aug. 14, 2016
– La Repubblica (Italy), Guerra freda il muro delle macerie, Marco Belpoliti; p. 28-29, July 20, 2016
– Indian Express (India), People Over Places. Netherlands-based photographer Martin Roemers captures the energy and speed of megacities, Dhvani Chhaya; May 7, 2016
– Cees Nooteboom, Wat het oog je vertelt.  Essay: Het onzichtbare gezien: over het werk van Martin Roemers; p. 432-436, De bezige bij (Netherlands), ISBN: 9789023498131, 2016
– Réponses Photo (France), Le tourbillon de la ville, Carine Dolek; p. 82-90, May 2016
– NRC Handelsblad (Netherlands), Restanten van de Koude Oorlog, Juurd Eijsvoogel; p. 10-11, Apr. 29, 2016
– Deutsche Welle (Germany), ‘A Disneyland of the Cold War’: How Martin Roemers photographed the war that never happened (online), Sarah Judith Hofmann; March 2016
– Spiegel Online (Germany), “Metropolis”: Der Flow der Megastädte, Gunda Schwantje; March 2016
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany), Wahnbilder einer versunkenen Epoche, Andreas Kilb; March 14, 2016
– Berliner Zeitung (Germany), Ein fliegender Bunker, Martin Roemers Fotoserie im Deutschen Historischen Museum, Susanne Lenz; March 7, 2016
– Du Kulturmagazin (Switzerland), Martin Roemers: Metropolis, Ute Noll; p. 18-21, Feb. 2016
– Geo (France), Marées urbaines, Jean Christoph Servant; p. 48-59, Feb. 2016
– NRC Handelsblad (Netherlands), Metropolis: chaos megasteden voelbaar, Tracy Metz; Jan. 19, 2016
– The Independent on Sunday (UK), The New Review, Road show, Rachael Pells; p. 8-9, Jan. 10, 2016
– Photonews (Germany), Der Fotograf Martin Roemers, Gunda Schwantje; p. 14-15, Jan. 2016
– European Photography (Germany), Urbanics. The Contemporary City, Andreas Mueller Pohle; p. 44-47, #98, 2015
– Vrij Nederland (Netherlands), De energie van de stad, Pieter Groet; p. 60-67, Oct. 31, 2015
– Lensculture.com, Interview, Jim Casper; Oct. 2015
– Seyed Abolfazl Shobeiri, The Spatiotemporal Embodiment of the Metropolis in Martin Roemers’ Photography; 2015
– Helsinki Times (Finland), Sodan sokeuttamat katsovat kameraan, Vesa Sirén; p. B1-2, Dec. 8, 2014
– Blow Photo (Ireland), Urban Scenes; p.18-19, #10, 2014
– National Geographic online, Relics of the Cold War 25 Years On, Nov. 9, 2014
– Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany), Blinde Blicke, Andreas Kilb; Oct. 6, 2014
– Maclean’s Magazine (Canada), Bunker Mentality, Julia Laurentiis Johnson; p. 56-59, Oct. 6, 2014
– Geo (Germany), Der Rhytmus in Metropolis, Juergen Schaeffer; p. 114-121, Sept. 2014
– La Nacion Revista (Argentina), Encrucijada urbana, Fabiana Scherer; p. 14-22, April 13, 2014
– The New York Times (USA), The Bustle and the Blur, Liz Robbins; July 28, 2013
– The Wall Street Journal (USA), Collector’s Eye: Anthony Terrana. A Periodontist’s Photographic Passion, Ellen Gamerman; March 30, 2013
– NRC DeLUXE (Netherlands), Jonge Meesters, (“Young Masters” selected by Rijksmuseum director Wim Pijbes); p. 36-43, Apr. 13, 2013
– Photoworld (China), Martin Roemers: Cold War Relics in Europe, Xing Jiang; p. 84-89, Vol. 384, 2013
– la Repubblica Velvet (Italy), Caos City, Giovanni N. Ciullo; p. 194- 201, Oct. 2012
– Stern (Germany), Die tiefe Einsicht der Erblindeten, Lea Wolz (online); July 19, 2012
– The New Yorker (USA), Photobooth: Martin Roemers’s Swirling Megacities, James Pomerantz; Sept. 18, 2012
– NRC Handelsblad (Netherlands), De Ogen van de Oorlog, Martin Roemers & Cees Nooteboom; p. 14-15, May 4, 2012
– The New Yorker (USA), Goings On About Town: Martin Roemers; Apr. 2, 2012
– La Lettre de la Photographie, Martin Roemers Metropolis, Jonas Cuénin; Apr. 10, 2012
– The New York Photo Review (USA), Urban Speed, Ed Barnas; Apr. 18, 2012
– Colors (Italy), Going to Market, p.104-105; #85, 2012
– Huffington Post Arts & Culture (USA), Martin Roemers’ ‘The Eyes Of War’ Provides Striking Photographs Of Those Blinded In World War II; July 21, 2012
– Conscientious (USA), Review: The Eyes of War by Martin Roemers, Joerg Colberg; June 21, 2012
– Conscientious (USA), Meditations on Photographs: Frederick Lennart Bentley by Martin Roemers, Joerg Colberg; June 26, 2012
– The New York Times (USA), Sunday Review. Living in The New Metropolis , Martin Roemers; May 6, 2012
– Volkskrant Magazine (Netherlands), Straattheater, Corinne van der Velden; p. 34-41, Sep. 8, 2012
– Newsweek (USA), Hello, Seven Billion, Martin Roemers; p. 30-35, ­Nov. 7, 2011
– The Guardian Weekend (UK), Kolkata by Martin Roemers, Phil Daoust; p. 8-9, May 21, 2011
– The Wall Street Journal (USA), The Beauty and Brutality of Images That Reach Far Beyond the Headlines, Joell Weickgenant; May 13, 2011
– Photo District News (USA), Notable Books 2010: Relics of the Cold War – Martin Roemers, Holly Hughes; Nov. 19, 2010
– Geo Histoire (France), La rouiille a eu le dernier mot, Jean Christoph Servant; p. 122-129, Nov. 2010
– Soura Magazine (United Arab Emirates) Relics of the Cold War; p. 74-76, Summer 2010
– Conscientious (USA), Review: Relics of the Cold War by Martin Roemers, Joerg Colberg; July 2, 2010
– Gup Magazine (Netherlands), Metropolis; p. 80-85, #24, 2010
– Images (France), Memory Lands, Hadrien Le Gray; p. 46-51, May 2010
– Elsevier (Netherlands), Top-100 van Nederlandse Kunstenaars, Riki Simons; p. 74-84, May 1, 2010
– El Pais Semanal (Spain), Restos de una guerra muy fria, Lola Huete Machado; p. 66-73, Apr. 18, 2010
– Neue Zuercher Zeitung am Sonntag (Switzerland), Pop Art Auf beiden Seiten des Eisernen Vorhang, Gerhard Mack; Jan. 31, 2010
– Neue Zuercher Zeitung (Switzerland), Tableau 1-5: Metropolis; March 1-5, 2010
– NRC Handelsblad (Netherlands), De beste boeken van 2009, Marianne Vermeijden; Dec. 18, 2009
– Spiegel Online (Germany), Das blieb vom Wettruesten uebrig, Christian Teevs; Nov. 29, 2009
– Financial Times Magazine (UK), Darkness visible, Sue Norris; p. 22-27, Nov. 14, 2009
– Der Spiegel (Germany), Bunkermentalitaet; #51, 2009
– Neue Zuercher Zeitung (Switzerland), Tableau 1-5: Relikte des kalten Krieges; Nov. 9-13, 2009
– NRC Handelsblad (Netherlands), Het schroot van een tijdperk, Marianne Vermeijden; Nov. 6, 2009
– Huffingtonpost (USA), Martin Roemers’ ‘The Eyes Of War’ Provides Striking Photographs Of Those Blinded In World War II, July 21, 2009
– Vrij Nederland (Netherlands), Paddestoelen op het behang, Ko Colijn; p. 50-57, June 6, 2009
– The Wall Street Journal (USA), The Little Car That Could (Sort Of): a Trabant Tribute, J.S. Marcus; Apr. 24, 2009
– Newsweek (Japan), The Cold Thaw; p. 72-75, Apr. 15, 2009
– Newsweek (Japan), Last Days of the Trabant; p. 68-71, Feb. 6, 2008
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany), Rennpappe, Asphaltpickel, Nuckelpinne: Der Trabant wird 50, Frank Pergande; Nov. 7, 2007
– National Geographic Magazine (international edition), Visions of Earth; p. 14-15, June 2007
– Esquire (Russia), Свидетельства о смерти, (Testimonies of death), Martin Roemers; p. 146-159, May 2007
– D la Repubblica (Italy), La guerra (fredda) dell’oblio, Stephan Theil; Feb. 24, 2007
– Vanity Fair (Italy), Vanity Portfolio: I mille volti dell ‘Europa; p. 66-67, Feb. 22, 2007
– Magazine “M” NRC Handelsblad (Netherlands), Kerkhof van de Koude Oorlog, H.J.A. Hofland; p. 40-50, Nov. 6, 2006
– Izvestia (Russia), Выжить И Дожить (Survive and live); May 6, 2006
– Volkskrant (Netherlands), Op de huid van oorlogsveteranen, Merel Bem; Sep. 29, 2005
– Foto8 (UK), Relics, Jon Levy; p. 38-43, March 2006
– International Herald Tribune (USA), Portfolio: The Never-Ending War; p. 1 and 16, May 9, 2005
Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung (Germany), Als der Krieg ans Ende kam; p. 1, 4, May 8, 2005
– Eyemazing (Netherlands), Martin Roemers, The Never-Ending War, Tyler Whisnand; p. 130-137, #8, 2005
– Zoom (Italy), Martin Roemers, Rosanna Checchi; p. 30-37, Sep. 2004
– Volkskrant Magazine (Netherlands), Rijst en kip in Kabul; p. 19-23, Jan. 25, 2003
– NRC Handelsblad (Netherlands), Ver van de fun, H.J.A. Hofland; Sep. 12, 2003
– The New York Times (USA), At The End Of a decade, Serge Schmemann, Dec. 30, 2001
– Volkskrant Magazine (Netherlands), Voetvolk in humanitaire oorlog, Arie Elshout, p. 18-24, June 24, 2000
– The London Times (UK), Losers exit from history, Nov. 5, 1999
– The New York Times (USA), Fading Soviet Nostalgia Across Eastern Germany, Nov. 29, 1999

– Mondriaan Fund (Stipend for Established Artists)
– Fonds Anna Cornelis
– Stichting Sem Presser Archief
– Hendrik Muller Fonds
– Fonds Bijzondere Journalistieke Projecten
– EFL Stichting
– Stichting Stokroos
– Democracy & Media Foundation

Artist Talks, Workshops, Guest Lecturer
– Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle, Netherlands, 2020
– Erasmus Huis, Jakarta, Indonesia, 2019
– Chicago Forum on Global Cities, Chicago, 2018
– India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India, 2017
– East Wing Gallery, Dubai, 2016
– German Historical Museum (DHM), Berlin, 2016
Huis Marseille – Museum for Photography, Amsterdam, 2016
– KABK, Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, 2016
Institut Néerlandais, Paris, 2013
– Photoville, Brooklyn, New York, 2013
– Centro Cultural Borges, Buenos Aires, 2013
– Alexander Rodchenko School of Photography & Multimedia, Moscow, 2012
– De Donkere Kamer, Amsterdam, 2012
– World Press Photo, Diyarbakir, Turkey, 2012
– Noorderlicht Photofestival, Groningen, Netherlands, 2011
– Fundacion Pedro Mayer, Mexico City, 2011
– World Press Photo, Amsterdam, 2011
– Breda Photo, Breda, Netherlands, 2010
– Legermuseum, Delft, Netherlands, 2009
– World Press Photo, Amsterdam, 2006
– Noorderlicht Photofestival, Groningen, Netherlands, 2005

Broadcasted Interviews
– NPO Radio 1, Spraakmakers, Netherlands, Jan. 20, 2020
– BeriSatu TV, Indonesia; June 21, 2019
– MDR TV, Artour, Germany; Jan. 31, 2019
– WDR 5 Radio, Scala, Germany; May 17, 2018
– Deutschlandfunk Kultur (radio), Studio 9, Germany; May 16, 2018
– RBB Kulturradio, Germany; May 16, 2018
– NDR Kultur (radio), Matinee, Germany; May 16, 2018
– WDR 3 Radio, Kultur am Mittag, Germany; May 16, 2018
– VPRO Radio, Nooit Meer Slapen, Netherlands; March 31, 2018
TVP Telewizja Polska, Poland; March 23, 2016
– RBB Kulturradio, Germany; March 2, 2016
– RBB TV, Abendschau, Germany; March 3, 2016
 France 2 TV, Télématin, France; Feb. 5, 2016
– VPRO Radio, Bureau Buitenland, Netherlands; Dec. 15, 2015
– W Radio, Colombia; Oct. 18, 2014
– Deutschlandradio Kultur, Germany; Oct. 1, 2014
– RBB, Kulturradio, Germany; Oct. 2, 2014
– VPRO Radio, De Avonden, Netherlands; May 10, 2012
– IKON Radio, Oba Live, Netherlands; June 9, 2011
– Deutsche Welle TV, Arts.21 – The Cultural Magazine, Germany; March 20, 2010
– MDR TV, Artour, Germany; Jan. 7, 2010
– NPS Radio, Kunststof, Netherlands; Nov. 6, 2009
– NOS Radio, Met het oog op morgen, Netherlands; Aug. 23, 2009
– VPRO Radio, OVT, Netherlands; March 8, 2009
– VPRO Radio, De Avonden, Netherlands; March 6, 2009

Martin Roemers’ projects, books and exhibitions are published in the print media worldwide, distributed by:
– Panos Pictures, London
– Laif, Cologne
– Hollandse Hoogte, The Hague
– Luz, Milan

Martin Roemers
Oostsingel 96
2612 HG Delft
The Netherlands
M  +31 (0) 6 53 77 99 59
E   martin@martinroemers.com

Personal  Agent                    
Maartje Wildeman
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E maartjewildeman@chello.nl