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here you can find our exhibitions in chronological order. Some of them might not be available to visit anymore. For the sake of completeness they are also published here, to give you as an art lover an overview of exhibitions, that have taken place in Berlin. Enjoy!

FOTOGRAFIE. Wolfgang Schulz and the photo scene around 1980 | Museum für Fotografie | 16.07.-11.10.2020

From 16 July 2020, the Museum of Photography is showing the exhibition “FOTOGRAFIE. Wolfgang Schulz and the photo scene around 1980”. The focus is on the magazine “FOTOGRAFIE. Zeitschrift internationaler Fotokunst” and its editor Wolfgang Schulz. With around 240 works by Wolfgang Schulz and other photographers*, the exhibition is illuminating an important period of drastic […]

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Blue Skies, Red Panic | The 1950s in Europe. A photographic review | Museum für Fotografie | 29.01.-23.02.2020

The Museum für Fotografie shows the exhibition “Blue Skies, Red Panic. The 1950s in Europe. A photographic review” since 29th January 2020. The photo exhibition illuminates an era that marked a new social and political beginning in Europe. A special exhibition of the project “Fifties in Europe Kaleidoscope” in cooperation with Institut für Museumsforschung – […]

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SEEN BY #11: CAREFUL UNREST | Museum für Fotografie | 23.11.2018-13.01.2019

From 23 November 2018, the Museum für Fotografie (Museum of Photography) is showing the exhibition SEEN BY #11: CAREFUL UNREST, a special exhibition of the Kunstbibliothek – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. Members and students of the Universität der Künste Berlin receive free admission to the special exhibition. “SEEN BY #11: CAREFUL UNREST” is the eleventh part […]

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Mario Testino. Undressed / Helmut Newton. Unseen / Jean Pigozzi. Pool Party | Museum für Fotografie | 03.06.–19.11.2017

until 19.11. | The Helmut Newton Foundation at Museum für Fotografie presents from 3rd June 2017 the new exhibition „Mario Testino. Undressed / Helmut Newton. Unseen / Jean Pigozzi. Pool Party”. Upon establishing his foundation in Berlin in 2003, Helmut Newton expressed his wish to provide a forum not only for his own works, but for that […]

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