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In his four decades of ca­reer, pho­tog­ra­pher Hel­mut New­ton was reg­u­larly asked to share his vision of con­tem­po­rary fash­ion through his pho­to­shoots for mag­a­zines like

and Ger­many's In 1998, New­ton's book Pages from the Glossies pre­sented a col­lec­tion of his most iconic mag­a­zine shots, which have now been reprinted and en­larged for the cur­rent ex­hi­bi­tion at the Hel­mut New­ton Foun­da­tion (p. 45), the corner­stone of the Mu­seum for Pho­tog­ra­phy. Ar­ranged chrono­log­i­cally, the photos re­veal the evo­lu­tion of the pho­tog­ra­pher's vis­ual lan­guage, as well as the shift­ing role of women in so­ci­ety over time. New­ton's ex­hi­bi­tion is ac­com­pa­nied by the work of an­other great cam­era artist, Hol­ly­wood pho­tog­ra­pher Greg Gor­man. Al­though best known for his black-and-white por­traits, the Gor­man por­tion of the show presents 25 of his color pro­files of fa­mous singers and artists, in­clud­ing David Bowie, Grace Jones (fea­tured on the cover), Andy Warhol, and Julianne Moore. of the city. Open daily 10am– 8pm. €12/5. www. story- of- ber­ Kur­fürs­ten­damm 208. T: 030.88720100. U Uh­land­straße. B4

Akademie der Kün­ste Hanseat­en­weg

The Ber­lin Art Academy’s long and pres­ti­gious his­tory dates back to 1696. Today, this im­por­tant ex­hi­bi­tion space houses one of the most com­pre­hen­sive in­ter­dis­ci­pli­nary ar­chives of 20th­cen­tury art. Daily 11am–7pm. € 6/4 (Free en­try Tue 3–7pm). Hanseat­en­weg 10. T: 030.200572000. S Belle­vue, U Hansaplatz. C3

Akademie der Kün­ste Pariser Platz

The Pariser Platz branch of Ber­lin’s art academy, hous­ing an im­por­tant ex­hi­bi­tion space and an ex­ten­sive archive. Open daily 11am–7pm (Free en­try Tue 3-7pm). € 6/4. Pariser Platz 4. T: 030.200571000. S+U Bran­den­burger Tor. E3

Ber­lin­is­che Ga­lerie

A mod­ern art col­lec­tion of 5000+ works of Ger­man and East­ern Euro­pean paint­ings. To 11 Apr: Ig­na­cio Uri­arte – Count­ing (for) Eight Hours is an acous­tic in­stal­la­tion of count­ing, ques­tion­ing the pass­ing of time of busi­ness hours. To 11 Jul: Heidi Specker – In Front of. Pho­to­graphs 2005/2015, Beck­mann and Ber­lin ex­am­ines the re­la­tion­ship be­tween pho­tog­ra­pher and sit­ter. To 22 Aug: Er­win Wurm – Bei Mutti pushes the bound­aries be­tween sculp­ture, ob­ject, and per­for­mance, invit­ing visi­tors to in­te­grate them­selves into the artist’s work. To 24 Oct: 12×12. Each year, the IBB Video Space fea­tures 12 in­no­va­tive film and video artists in Ber­lin. Wed– Mon 10am– 6pm. €8/5 MUST SEE Con­tem­po­rary art and pho­tog­ra­phy has fi­nally re­opened in the Amerika Haus, which housed the Amer­i­can li­brary dur­ing the Cold War era. To 24 Apr: Ul­rich Wüst – Cityscapes / Pe­riph­eries / Late Sum­mer. To 24 Apr: Peter Puk­lus. Un­safe to Dance fea­tures the works of the ex­per­i­men­tal Hun­gar­ian pho­tog­ra­pher. To 24 Apr: Screen Mem­o­ries is a three-stage se­ries from pho­tog­ra­pher Verónica Losan­tos based on mem­o­ries and the cre­ation of them. To 22 May: Stephen Shore. Ret­ro­spec­tive. A ret­ro­spec­tive of Shore’s pho­tog­ra­phy work that high­lights what is nor­mally over­looked and con­sid­ered un­spec­tac­u­lar. Daily 11am– 8pm. €10/5. ber­ Har­den­bergstr. 22–24. T: 030.28444160. S+U Zool­o­gis­cher Garten. C4

Dalí – The Ex­hi­bi­tion

The per­ma­nent ex­hibit fea­tures more than 400 works, most from pri­vate col­lec­tions, by the Sur­re­al­ist painter, with a fo­cus on draw­ing, il­lus­tra­tion, and film. Dalí fans ex­plore new per­spec­tives of the artist’s life and work. Daily noon– 8pm (Sun from 10am). €11. www. dal­iber­ Leipziger Platz 7. Toll num­ber: 0700.3254237546. U Pots­damer Platz. D3

Deutsche Bank Kun­stHalle

With an em­pha­sis on pa­per and pho­tog­ra­phy, the Deutsche Bank’s art col­lec­tion is a stroll along the time­line of mod­ern art. Ev­ery year, the bank pays trib­ute to young artists by or­ga­niz­ing an in­ter­na­tional prize. To 10 Apr: Jack­son Pol­lock’s “Mu­ral”: En­ergy Made Vis­i­ble. Rarely on loan out­side of Univer­sity of Iowa’s Mu­seum of Art, Pol­lock’s work is on dis­play in Ber­lin af­ter un­der­go­ing 18 months of clean­ing in Los An­ge­les. From 29 Apr: Basim Magdy: The Stars Were Aligned for a Cen­tury of New Be­gin­nings is the Egyp­tian mul­ti­me­dia artist’s first solo ex­hi­bi­tion, in­ves­ti­gat­ing and chal­leng­ing ide­olo­gies and utopias. Daily 10am– 8pm. €4/3. www.deutschebank- kun­ Un­ter den Lin­den 13/15. T: 030.2020930. S+U Friedrich­straße. E3

Gemälde­ga­lerie – Old Masters Painting Gallery

MUST SEE One of the finest col­lec­tions of Euro­pean art from the 13th to the 18th cen­turies. Lots of Dutch and Flem­ish painters, in­clud­ing Rem­brandt and Ver­meer, and a vast col­lec­tion of Ital­ian Re­nais­sance art, in­clud­ing Bot­ti­celli, Ti­tian, and Canaletto. To 24 Apr: A fam­ily on the run. A cab­i­net ex­hi­bi­tion of the flight of Joseph, Mary, and Baby Je­sus af­ter his birth. Tue– Fri 10am– 6pm ( Thu un­til 8pm), Sat–Sun 10am– 6pm. €10/5. www.­seum. Matthäikirch­platz 50. T: 030.266424242.

S+U Pots­damer Platz. D3

Ham­burger Bahn­hof

CThe per­ma­nent col­lec­tion of this for­mer rail­way sta­tion in­cludes a se­lec­tion of works from the Friedrich Chris­tian Flick Col­lec­tion, and the many tem­po­rary exhibitions fo­cus on painting and sculp­ture from the past 50 years, as well as videos, mu­sic, and de­sign. To 10 Jul: Ju­lian Rose­feldt. Manifesto is an in­stal­la­tion of 13 con­cur­rently-run­ning films and mono­logues. To 31 Jul: Neue Ga­lerie: The Black Years. Works from the Neue Na­tion­al­ga­lerie cre­ated be­tween 1933-1945, Ber­lin was ap­pointed a UNESCO City of De­sign in


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