Lars Nickel is a photographer and window washer in Berlin who's found a way to combine the two professions. The result is a photo book that offers a unique glimpse into the lives of Berlin residents.
From seemingly carefree moments to death on the battlefield: An exhibition in Berlin shows works by female war photographers in Europe between WWI and WWII.
The digital realm is radically transforming photography, but is the artistic medium really at death's door? The Biennale for Contemporary Photography examines this question in a show spread across three German cities.
From the construction boom to violence against women, refugees to the Gezi protests: a Berlin exhibition of modern Turkish photography captures the Bosphorus nation's turmoil through journalistic yet artistic images.
An exhibition in Berlin's Museum for Photography opens new perspectives on 50 years of Chinese images, focusing on the "10 years of chaos" from 1966-76. How do contemporary photographers deal with this inherited imagery?
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