Gallery Berinson has just opened its new gallery space in Berlin Charlottenburg with 70 photographs by August Sander (1876-1964). The exhibited picture series was collected by August Sander and his son Gunther. The deductions were made in his laboratory in Cologne in 1962 - where they were also personally examined and accepted by August Sander.
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