About Hartmann Projects
The exhibition- and artist agency Hartmann Projects was founded by Angelika and  Markus Hartmann in 2014. Together with Nadine Engler we started Hartmann Books in 2016.  We represent artists nationally and internationally, working with institutions, galleries, collectors, publishers, and the media. We search for artists whose pictures we find persuasive and relevant and present them to the public in exhibitions (public and private) and in books using all existing (and future) media we consider helpful. We strongly believe in coincidences and the power of pictures that help to overcome cultural, religious and political boundaries. Our publishing program reflects our personal taste and ideas and is built on the conviction that books are still a relevant medium in human culture.

Markus Hartmann, b.1962 in Berlin; lives and works in Stuttgart. He comes from a family of publishers and printers in Berlin. After training in publishing sales, studying at the Stuttgart Media University, and working in various positions in international publishing, he was in charge of the photography and contemporary art program at Hatje Cantz Publishers in Ostfildern from 1990 to 2013. He has been a freelance curator and author since 2014, and co-founded Hartmann Projects in 2015.

Angelika Hartmann, b.1966 in Stuttgart; lives and works in Stuttgart. She studied publishing at the Stuttgart Media University and later graduated in culture management at Ludwigsburg University of Education. As a book publisher and cultural manager, she has gathered a wide variety of experiences in the cultural industry. She is a member of the Wahlverwandt artists’ group.

Nadine Engler, b.1985 in Berlin works for Hartmann Projects since July 2016. Following her studies at the Stuttgart Media University she was production director at Hatje Cantz Verlag and already collaborated with Markus Hartmann for the Photobook program he directed. Aside from her production and design work for Hartmann Projects she works with artists and galleries directly as a freelance production manager overseeing the whole process of book making from first ideas to the printing and binding.