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Helmut Newton Foundation, Berlin
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Photographer Helmut Newton's work defined Vogue magazine for decades, and Helmut Newton Foundation is a stylish homage to his provocative work. Themed exhibits rotate and cover different periods in the artist's career and the trends he embodied with his work. The museum also hosts the work of Alice Springs, another notable photographer who made a name for herself in portraiture. Add Helmut Newton Foundation and other attractions to your Berlin trip itinerary using our Berlin trip builder.
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  • Essential for the lovers of photography, is just behind the Berlin Zoologischer Garten station. You can enter the museum pass card. Houses, in addition to the private collection of Helmut Newton (fantastic portraits, with impressive handling of chiaroscuro) a room dedicated to Alice Springs, and on the top floor, a Bernard Larson exhibition until January 2017. Interesting.
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  • As a fashion photographer myself, A trip here was a no-brainer. Newton is pretty much an Idol of mine and inspired my career, and one of the reasons I went to university as a teenager to study photogr...  more »
  • With the nude photos of Newton I can do much, but I'm still always happy to "his" House. It is really great, only the stairs, you feel like Scarlett O'Hara! Today especially the special exhibition was nice, necessarily to the Mart Engelen portraits go. A room, small but nice. But even Alice Springs and Yellow Press of Newton were exciting. Somehow it is here always to find them!
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  • Interesting permanent exhibition about Newton's life done by his wife, June. Store is very complete. Totally recommended for photography lovers.
  • If you are into photography then this is a must visit. Great selections and overall nice venue. Cheap entry fee too.
  • Dig deep into HN's life starting at the Personal items area at the ground floor. See some of his great works on the first floor and other exhibitions of great photographers. Loved the place. Only negative remark: beware of the unfriendly staff.
  • Exhibition ok. Personnel somewhat special. Parking is not so easy. Arrival by train recommended.
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  • Must see for photo enthusiasts. Strong impressions. The staff is not necessarily the kindest.
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