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Magnum Photos x Berlin Photo Week 2022

This September, Magnum Photos continues its 75th anniversary celebrations at Berlin Photo Week with a series of exhibitions, workshops, book signings and talks taking place throughout the city.

Exhibitions & Talks with Nanna Heitmann and Yael Martínez September 2 – 4, 2022

Magnum photographers Nanna Heitmann and Yael Martínez feature in this year’s Berlin Photo Week exhibitions at Arena Berlin. Heitmann will give a talk at the Conference Stage on Saturday at 2 p.m., followed by Martínez at 3 p.m.

The Exhibitions are accessable via a normal festival ticket (day or weekend pass). For the talks on the Conference Stage you need a special conference ticket. Get your ticket for the Magnum x DER SPIEGEL Conference now!

Jetzt: Magnum Photos Exhibition September 2 – November 27

“Jetzt: Magnum Photos” explores, through the work of 17 photographers, how the 75-year-old agency has changed in recent years, giving voice to different perspectives, experiences and modes of being across both countries and continents.

The Misfits, Hollywood Exhibition September 3 – November 20

Eve Arnold and Inge Morath’s iconic images of the Misfits set in the 1960s feature in this exhibition at the Helmut Newton Foundation, which celebrates 14 photographers and their interpretations of Hollywood.

Book Signings with Magnum Photographers September 2 - 4, 2022

The publishing house and gallery Buchkunst Berlin are hosting book signings with Susan Meiselas, Christopher Anderson, Bieke Depoorter, Thomas Dworzak, Alec Soth, Sabiha Çimen and Thomas Hoepker as part of Berlin Photo Week activities.

Please order your BERLIN PHOTO WEEK festival ticket to access the book signing in our Main Hub Arena Berlin.

Alec Soth, A Pound of Pictures Exhibition July 23 – September 4

“Alec Soth – A Pound of Pictures”, curated by Dr. Candice M. Hamelin, is presented at the Stiftung Reinbekhallen and supported by LOOCK Galerie. The exhibition explores Soth’s image-making process and questions the limits of photographic representation.

``In Jungles. In Deserts. At War.`` Thomas Dworzak In Conversation with Gabriele Riedle August 31

Thomas Dworzak speaks to German author and reporter Gabriele Riedle about her new book: “In Jungles. In Deserts. At War” at the Theater Aufbau Kreuzberg. The talk starts at 7:30 p.m.

Workshops with Alex Majoli & Bieke Depoorter September 3 – 4

Magnum photographers Alex Majoli and Bieke Depoorter will be hosting workshops in groups over the weekend, including portfolio reviews, lectures, and discussions around phtoography. Participants will also have access to all events and exhibitions linked to the Berlin Photo Week Fair.

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``Dancing through Times of Uncertainty`` Inge Morath and Johanna-Maria Fritz September 1 – October 20

The exhibition “Dancing Through Times of Uncertainty”, showcased at Chaussée 36, presents the works of Magnum photographer Inge Morath (1923-2002) and Johanna-Maria Fritz (*1994), recipient of the Inge Morath Award in 2017.

Thomas Hoepker, MY WAY Exhibition September 4 – November 20

A new exhibition at Buchkunst Berlin celebrates the work of Thomas Hoepker with a homage to his adopted country — the USA, and in particular, New York. Hoepker will also be present for the opening on September 3.

Christopher Anderson, Family Trilogy Exhibition September 6 – October 15

The new exhibition at the Robert Morat Gallery presents images from each of the three series in Christopher Anderson’s “Family Trilogy”, celebrating his acclaimed photo books “Son” and “Pia”, and in anticipation of the final book of the series, “Marion”, due to be published this November.

Susan Meiselas & Bieke Depoorter Exhibitions April 30 – September 7

The C/O Berlin hosts two exhibitions; Bieke Depoorter’s “A Chance Encounter”, and Susan Meiselas’ “Mediations”. The former presents two projects by Depoorter — Agata and Michel — whilst the latter is a retrospective of Meiselas’ 50-year œuvre.