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8 Jun '22 18 Nov '22

Hollywood

  • Highlights
In the group exhibition "HOLLYWOOD", the Helmut Newton Foundation in Berlin is showing works by Eve Arnold, Anton Corbijn, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Michael Dressel, George Hoyningen-Huene, Jens Liebchen, Ruth Harriet Louise, Inge Morath, Helmut Newton, Steve Schapiro, Julius Shulman, Alice Springs and Larry Sultan. Additional photographs by George Hurrell and publications by Annie Leibovitz and Ed Ruscha are presented in vitrines.


Helmut Newton repeatedly referred to cinema in his photography, but also quoted specific film scenes, for example by Alfred Hitchcock or the French Nouvelle Vague. Thus, some of his fashion stagings since the 1960s seem almost cinematographic, and some portraits since the 1970s look like artful film stills. In the 1980s and 90s, Newton also photographed actors and actresses during the film festival or fashion on the Croisette in Cannes. The new group exhibition also presents thirteen photographers with their interpretations of Hollywood, as usual in larger groups of works.


This group exhibition traces the fascination of Hollywood that still drives many people to Los Angeles in search of jobs in the film industry. We see some stars, official and private, the mansions of the rich and beautiful or movie-loving tourists, as well as numerous secondary motifs such as film props in the studios.

On the one hand, the exhibition looks back 100 years via the selected exhibits, and at the same time it is highly topical; it is a tribute to the slowly fading glory of an entire era, and so cinematographic storytelling is continued here with photographic means.

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Museum für Fotografie - Helmut Newton Stiftung, Jebensstraße 2, 10623 Berlin
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