On February 12, the Camera Work Photo Gallery, founded in 1997 in the Charlottenburg neighborhood of Berlin, opened a new exhibition space in the heart of Berlin-Mitte. CWC (Camera Work Contemporary) Gallery occupies a historically charged building designed by the architect Alexander Beer. Built in 1928, it once served as a school for Jewish girls. The 500m² space, reserved for the work of contemporary photographers, painters and sculptors, will welcome retrospectives, thematic group exhibitions and shows organized in collaboration with other institutions and private collectors.
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