Helmut Newton's Private Property

Helmut Newton's Private Property

Permanent exhibition

The Helmut Newton Foundation in the Museum of Photography shows photographs and private objects of the photographer.

Helmut Newton's Private Property

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The permanent exhibition "Private Property" shows personal objects of the Berlin born photographer Helmut Newton and gives an insight into the most important stages of his life and work.

Helmut Newton's camera, films and posters

Whether his camera, original photographs from his childhood in Berlin, the famous Newton-Mobile or films about him and his way of working as a photographer - in the exhibition visitors come very close to one of the most famous photographers in history. There are also posters of his exhibitions and several publications of Helmut Newton's photographs.

Museum für Fotografie on the map

Jebensstraße 2
10623 Berlin
Opening Hours
Tuesday to Sunday 11:00 - 19:00, on Thursday to 20:00 Closed on Monday
Admission Fee
10 Euro, reduced 5 Euro

Public transportation

Train (S-Bahn)

Last edited: 29. April 2021