Anne Spiller

Anne Spiller was born and educated in Germany. She lived and worked in Paris France for the past ten years and is currently in New York City.

She is the Principal Collaborator and Main Editorial Contributor of the "My Century - John G. Morris" Project and has worked with the legendary Photo Editor since 2010, including judging the annual DAYS Japan International Photojournalism Award for 6 consecutive years. In 2014, Anne Spiller co-authored with German photography curator Dr. Katharina Ahr about Henri Cartier-Bresson for the Bauhaus Foundation Dessau's exhibition and book "Dessau 1945 - Moderne zerstört". Anne Spiller has international working experience with renowned galleries, auction houses, museums and art fairs. She collaborated with Asian artists in Paris and was invited to the organizing board of the 3rd Guangzhou Triennial in China in 2008. She accomplished her studies of Business and History of Art & Collecting in Paris with her thesis "Invented in China - Art and Economic Development in Contemporary China". Two years of research and interviews with entrepreneurs led to her Master thesis “Corporate Inspiration - Art a Concept for Business”. 

Since April 2017, Anne Spiller is a member of the American Photography Archive Group (APAG), and has been appointed Member of the German Society of Photography (DGPh - Deutsche Gesellschaft für Photographie) in September 2017.