Berlin Art Calendar: Top 3 photography exhibitions

A fashion photography superstar, a great master of light and a unique fusion of photography and other media: Here are our top-3 picks of photography exhibitions in Berlin this week!
 
 
Museum für Fotografie  - Mario Testino. Undressed  
 
Two years after the succesful "In your face" exhibition at the Kulturforum Mario Testino returns in Berlin for a photographic show that soon became the talk-of-the town! Testino explores the physical notion of undressing by filling the walls of the museum with bodies and emotions to create an imposing human landscape. The photographs are mounted directly on the surfaces creating a site-specific installation which comprises fashion and nude photos!
Jebensstraße 2, 10623 Berlin - Admission: € 10 - www.smb.museum
 
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Mario Testino. Undressed. Installation shot. Helmut Newton Foundation Berlin, 2017. Photo: Gerhard Kassner
 
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Mario Testino. Undressed. Installation shot. Helmut Newton Foundation Berlin, 2017. Photo: Gerhard Kassner
 
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Mario Testino. Undressed. Installation shot. Helmut Newton Foundation Berlin, 2017. Photo: Gerhard Kassner

 
CWC Gallery - Tina Berning & Michelangelo Di Battista
 
 Tina Berning & Michelangelo Di Battista work together to create an art form which blurs the boundaries between photography, painting and handicraft! Michelangelo's photographic works are complemented by Tina's comments and paintings resulting to a unique set of 30 new works! 
Auguststraße 11–13, 10117 Berlin - Admission: Free - www.camerawork.de
 
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Tina Berning & Michelangelo Di Battista, Valerie, 2016.

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Tina Berning & Michelangelo Di Battista, Installation View, 2016.
 
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Tina Berning & Michelangelo Di Battista, Installation View, 2016.

 
Camera Work - Jean-Baptiste Huynh
 
Jean-Baptiste Huynh, a master of capturing the plays of light, is characterized by a preoccupation for the face - and the human gaze in particular - the play of light, the sense of timelessness, and the attempt to capture infinity. His Nude and Nature exhibition show more than 30 works, many of them displayed for the first time!
Kantstraße 149, 10623 Berlin - Admission: Free - www.camerawork.de
 
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Jean-Baptiste Huynh, Nu 119, L' Origine du Monde, 2015.
 
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Jean-Baptiste Huynh, Nu 80, 2004.
 
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Jean-Baptiste Huynh, Nu 72.

 
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