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C/O Berlin

Non-profit organization
 
Arnold Newman - supporting program
 
  C/O Berlin cordially invites you ...

to the supporting program of the exhibition
Arnold Newman . Masterclass

Guided tour by the curator William A. Ewing
Saturday, 24 March 2012 . 4 pm

Lecture by Prof. Dr. Friedrich Tietjen . HGB Leizig
Führerbilder – Bürgerkörper
Portraits as media between identification and identity before 1945
Thursday, 19 April 2012 . 7 pm

Lecture by Prof. Dr. Thomas Macho . HU Berlin
Faces as Media
Thoughts on portrait photography
Thursday, 3 May 2012 . 7 pm

at the Postfuhramt
Oranienburger Straße 35-36

A person’s entire life represented by a single instant - the photographic portrait as a form of visual biography. He intentionally incorporated the personal environment, the work, and signs which revealed the intellectual background of those he photographed. With great sensitivity and care, he brought these aspects so strongly into the foreground that they became symbols and clues to the person’s character. Every one of his “environmental portraits” – as they were called by critics - of artists, creative professionals, scientists, intellectuals, athletes, and statesmen is a formally and conceptually balanced composition. With their POWERFUL metaphoric quality, THEY represent a cross-section of twentieth century culture.

Arnold Newman loved teaching, as many of his students attest. “Masterclass” shows us that there are still many lessons to be learned from this master. The exhibition, comprises 200 vintage black-and-white photographs from the oeuvre of the most influential portrait photographer of the twentieth century. The posthumous retrospective includes Arnold Newman’s most famous portraits but also many who have previously escaped attention, along with still lifes, architectural studies, early street photography, and revealing contact sheets that have never been shown before publicly.


Arnold Newman . Masterclass
Supporting program

Exhibition 3 March to 20 May 2012
Opening hours daily . 11 am to 8 pm

Admission 10 Euro . reduced 5 Euro
Guided tour 5 Euro plus exhibition entrance
Lecture free plus exhibition entrance

Catalogue published by Thames & Hudson

Organizer C/O Berlin
International Forum For Visual Dialogues

Location C/O Berlin im Postfuhramt
Oranienburger Straße 35/36 . 10117 Berlin

Contact Phone 030.28 44 41 60 . info@co-berlin.com
www.co-berlin.com

Partner Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography
Harry Ransom Center
Sponsor Weberbank
Supporter The Mandala Hotel . Dinamix
Media partner taz
 
www.co-berlin.com
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