Helmut Newton. Legacy
31 October 2021 until 22 May 2022
To mark the 100th birthday of the master photographer, the exhibition "Helmut Newton. Legacy" at the Museum of Photography focuses on Newton's fashion photography, including numerous previously unknown or forgotten motifs.
A self-portrait by the Australian photographer Helmut Newton is on display at the Helmut Newton Foundation Museum of Photography in Berlin on 04.06.2014.
© Helmut Newton Estate
Helmut Newton, Self Portrait with wife and model, Paris 1981
The retrospective "Helmut Newton. Legacy" could not be opened as planned in Berlin on Newton's 100th birthday due to the corona crisis in 2020, but will be shown from October 31, 2020, accompanied by an extensive new monograph. The exhibition offers, among other things, an insight into Newton's final selection of images for the magazine editorial or to enable couturiers and advertisers to paraphrase his well-known pictorial work in an interesting way.
About Helmut Newton
Helmut Newton created an incomparable work full of subtle seduction and timeless elegance - also and especially in the nude genre: Among them are portraits of naked people at swimming pools, sophisticated photographs of unclothed mannequins and other fashion-based nudes, half-naked models with orthopedic supporting prostheses, or provocative stagings of sexual obsessions in female occupation. The many iconic Newton pictures from the genres portrait and nude may also be seen in the exhibition "Helmut Newton. Legacy" exhibition.
At a glance
Helmut Newton. Legacy (Before: Helmut Newton. One Hundred)
b]When: 31 October 2021 until 22 May 2022Where:Museum für FotografieOpening hours:
Tuesday and Wednesday, Friday to Sunday from 11 to 19 pm, Thursday from 11 to 20 pm Admission:
10 Euro, red. 5 EuroTickets:Book online tickets
Museum für Fotografie/Helmut Newton Stiftung
© Yayoi Kusama
Preview of the most interesting exhibitions from all areas of art for the year 2021.
Source: Helmut Newton Stiftung/edited Berlin.de
Last edited: 29. April 2021