Ingrid von Kruse  Freelance Photographer
Publications
2015 "CHARAKTERBILDER Begegnungen unter fünf Augen" (Character sketches - encounters under five eyes), zu Klampen Verlag
2011 "EMINENT ARCHITECTS"
Ingrid von Kruse, Jovis Publishing Company
2006 "MAGISCHE ROSSE" (Magical Steeds)
Ingrid von Kruse, Nicolai
2000 "DAISEN-IN" (A Zen Buddhist Temple in Kyoto)
Hans Günter Wachtmann, Ingrid von Kruse, Hirmer
1996 "VENEDIG STIMMEN ZWISCHEN STEIN UND MEER" (Venice Voices Between the Stones and the Sea)
Ingrid von Kruse, Hirmer
1992 "EUROPA BEIM WORT GENOMMEN" (Europe Taken Literally)
115 Portraits in Photography
Ingrid von Kruse, Prestel
(published in three languages 1994)
1988 "ZEIT UND AUGENBLICK" (Time and its Moments)
Portraits in Photography
Ingrid von Kruse, DuMont
 
List of Portraits
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List of Portraits
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Public and Private Collections
  Prussian Cultural Inheritance Collection, Berlin
House of the History of the Federal Republic of Germany, Bonn
Museum of Fine and Commercial Arts, Hamburg
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
Gruber Collection, Museum Ludwig, Cologne
Helmut Gernsheim Collection
Gabriele Henkel Collection
Langen Foundation Collection
Work Under Commission (A Selection):
Private, industrial and institutional commissions, including portraits in photography for publication in the media
  Commissioned by the MAX-PLANCK-GESELLSCHAFT for the Advancement of the Sciences e.V.:
100 portraits of eminent scientists at the MAX-PLANCK Society
  Posted as Lecturer at the College of the Lower Rhine, Mönchengladbach
  Commissioned by the Bavarian Motor Works (BMW), München:
100 portraits in several European countries for the project: "MOBILITY"
  Various photographic exposés on theatrical productions commissioned by the Wuppertal Theaters, the Aalto Theater in Essen and the Stuttgart Ballet ensemble
  Commissioned by the Langen Foundation:
Photographs of a Zen-Buddhist temple garden in Kyoto for the book, "Daisen-in", Hirmer 2000