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.
He took pictures of raw landscapes, film crews and himself. The world-famous film director is also a photographer and early fan of the Polaroid camera. Discover gems from Wenders' collection of 12,000 shots.
While traces of divided Berlin are fast disappearing nearly 30 years since the fall of the Wall, a group of artists in the former East Berlin district of Pankow are trying to preserve a monument to a lost era.
Inge Morath's eye for detail and her meticulous manner of working led the Austrian journalist to join the famous Paris-based Magnum photography agency. A show devoted to her work opens in Berlin.
American troops have been stationed in Germany since World War II. The photo exhibition "Little America" at the Allied Museum in Berlin gives a rare glimpse into the lives of soldiers and their families.
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