If you like photography visit it. A enough big museum. If you go in detail you will need about 2 hours for a visit.
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We saw the exhibitions of Helmut Newton, Guy Bourdin and the one about modern photography in China. All were fascinating. For photography buffs, a must see.
This is a great little museum, featuring two parts - the permanent Helmut Newton exhibition and the temporary exhibition area. I've reviewed the (overrated) Helmut Newton part separately. The temporary exhibition featured the STUNNING "Undressed" exhibition of Mario Testino. The exhibition includes numerous gigantic photographs...More
A great place to view large-scale fashion photography - images a Rollei TLR with f/2.8 lens can produce in the hands of a skilled photographer like Helmut Newton (camera on display). The permanent exhibition, Helmut Newton's Private Property, is an comprehensive look at Helmut's methods...More
Museum is good fun. Works are displayed very nice. Undressed was a very good exhibition. As I was expecting the museum to be awesome it met my expecations. What did catch me by surprise was the museum bookshop. Very good selection of titles from very...More
Three photographers have work on display at the moment, Mario Testino, Helmut Newton (a Berliner) and Jean Pigozzi. I enjoyed all three but Helmut Newton was by far my favourite - such wonderful work displayed perfectly and interwoven with snippets of his personal life. Jean...More
This is a mix of photographs from the Berlin State Museum collection and Helmut Newton Foundation. The latter is mainly fashion photography and the former a broader body of works. They are displayed in changing exhibitions so part of the building may be closed at...More
Museum für Fotografie (Museum of Photography) is one of the 20+ museums that belong to "State Museums of Berlin" (Staatliche Museen zu Berlin). It is neither at the famous Museum Island location nor Kuturforum near Potsdamerplatz, but in a building behind Zoologische Garten station. It...More
The Museum of Photography is next to the zoo station in a fabulous old building. The entry price is reasonable at €10. Opens at 11am but not on Mondays, it's closed. Very informative on the subject of Helmut Newtons work and also his wife, sudoname,...More
Honestly: In my opinion this museum need a new young leader. Helmut Newton collection was dull, 'cause there is again same photos - and who want´s to see Newton´s car!? Sorry to say, but the spirit of this museum was from DDR. I expected a...More