From the early fifties to the late sixties, American photographer Bert Stern dedicated his life to advertising photography. In Berlin, an exhibition entitled Shapes & Symbols shows a selection of iconic photographs that emerged during the highly productive time of his rise to become one of the leading advertising photographers. Indeed, Bert Stern is credited with having redefined advertising imagery...
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