Galerie Berinson presents Science is Fiction: Film and Photography, which includes, for the first time in Berlin, the films and photographs of French filmmaker Jean Painlevé, who single-handedly pioneered scientific marine documentary films of aquatic life. The show features more than 30 vintage photographs from the 1920s and 1930s, emphasizing Painlevé’s distinctive role in photography, but also includes severalexamples of his films.
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