Photography study trips in Berlin

There is maybe no better place to learn about  the medium of photography than Berlin. Many of the museums and galleries offer collections that span right across the decades up until modern day. These often heavily feature the change in German culture across the years. The works of Helmut Newton are scattered across many galleries in Berlin, alongside the likes of Irving Penn and Man ray.

But you don’t just have to be in the galleries to be learning; the streets of Berlin ooze inspiration and provide a unique take on photography. From snaps of the East Side gallery, to shots of the unique architecture, your students will be able to add plenty to their portfolio. 


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Berlinische Galerie Photography Collection

The Berlinische Galerie is one of the newest museums in the German capital and collects art from Berlin dating from 1870 to the present day – with both a local and international focus. Their photographic collection reflects Berlin’s contribution to the development of photography from the middle of the 19th century to today.   The collection includes fascinating photos from after the Second World War as well as urban, archi read more ...

Museum für Fotografie (Museum of Photography

The Museum für Fotografie has been a magnet for photography enthusiasts from all over the world since its opening in 2004. The Photographic Collection's holdings date back to the very early days of photography, through to Pictorialism around the turn of the last century, the Neues Sehen or 'New Vision' of the 1920s, to the new artistic styles of the present day. The museum is highly focused on the works of Helmut Newton . read more ...

Camera Work Gallery

CAMERA WORK gallery specializes in contemporary photography and vintage masterworks since its founding in 1997. Their aim is to show the development of photo-art from its inception to the present by presenting classical icons such as Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon, Helmut Newton, Irving Penn or Man Ray. Many young photographers have moved on to impressive artistic careers after having their first exhibitions here. Camera Work regularly joins read more ...

European Month of Photography

The European Month of Photography takes place every two years and presents a wide range of exhibitions and events on historic and contemporary photography. It is the largest German festival for photography.  On the occasion of its 10th anniversary 2014, the EMOP Berlin had an impressive record to its name: 2 million visitors, 500 exhibitions by as many partner institutions, 30,000 photographic works shown, and 2,000 participating photogra read more ...

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