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Museum für Fotografie

Museums Charlottenburg
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Shortly before his death in 2004, Berlin-born Helmut Newton donated over 1,000 of his nude and fashion photographs to the city and provided funds towards the creation of a new gallery. The Museum of Photography, doubling as home for the Helmut Newton Foundation (, was the result. In a former casino, it's now the largest photographic gallery in the city. The first two floors are given over to Newton's work, parcelled up in a series of alternating exhibitions. Further space is devoted to temporary shows by other photographers.


Venue name: Museum für Fotografie
Address: Jebenstrasse 2

Opening hours: Open 10am-6pm Tue-Sun
Transport: U2, U9, S5, S7, S9, S75 Zoologischer Garten
Price: Admission €6; €3 reductions
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