Bernd Heyden : Berlin Prenzlauer Berg Bernd Heyden‘s photographic view is still fascinating. Anyone who sees the pictures of the East Berlin photographer, feels that he did not go as a reporter in the old Berlin workers‘ district Prenzlauer Berg, but was at home there. In addition to the people who worked in the shops and on the streets, Heyden portrayed the elderly, the frail and the stranded as well as happy, sad, cheeky children, for whom the area left to decay was a huge adventure playground. The viewer gets an insight into the living conditions and everyday life in […]
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