Arnold Newman is the man of the hour at the C/O Berlin with the exhibition Masterclass, a retrospective boasting 200 vintage black-and-white photographs. It includes a large number of portraits, some well known, and several still lifes, street scenes and architectural shots from earlier in his career. Contact sheets are on display at the entrance to the exhibition, giving viewers an insight into Newman’s process of editing and framing.
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