A small but never-the-less great museum for photography-lovers. It’s there that I fell in love with dear Helmut. Mr. Newton was this man who loved women bodies, dramatic stagings, and his wife. An original who was down-to-earth and respectful despite living a glamorous life. After every visit I feel inspired, more confident and proud to be a woman and own my body. You will find at the Helmut Newton Fondation a collection of his photography work, personal belongings, and condolence letters wrote to his wife after he passed away. In addition of that, a space dedicated to June Newton’s work, a little cinema room as well as two temporary exhibitions for contemporary artists ( check website for more infos ). Helmut Newton will remain one of my human and artistic crush, I can only recommend to pay yourself a visit there to learn about his work, his life, his love. p.s.: and it’s some hundred meters only from the C/O Gallery.
Website
helmutnewton.com
Address
Helmut Newton Foundation, 2 Jebensstraße, Berlin, Germany
Current city: Berlin
Other cities: LondonParis
Victoria Bee is an Image and props Maker. Specialized on crafted illustration, window display and stop-motion props. Originally from Belgium, she lived in 5 different countries over the last 10 years.
 

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