- Inge Morath: Marilyn Monroe on the set of ‘The Misfits’, Reno, Nevada, USA, 1960
© Inge Morath/Magnum Photos
- Dennis Stock: James Dean in Times Square New York City, New York, USA 1955
© Dennis Stock/Magnum Photos
- Alec Soth: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2020
© Alec Soth/Magnum Photos, courtesy Loock Galerie Berlin
- Thomas Hoepker: Muhammad Ali and Johnny Coulon in his gym, Chicago 1966
© Thomas Hoepker/Magnum Photos
- Johanna-Maria Fritz: Gaza, Palestine, 2016
© Johanna-Maria Fritz
Leica & WhiteWall once again join forces at the BERLIN PHOTO WEEK: the main highlights take place from September 2nd to 4th, 2022.
The BERLIN PHOTO WEEK returns with an exciting programme of exhibitions, workshops, photography walks, and much more. Leica and WhiteWall are represented with a joint programme, which includes two fascinating exhibitions. ‘Coexist’, featuring the latest work of photo artist Franziska Stünkel, will be displayed as part of Leica’s expo stall, where visitors can also explore the company’s new product portfolio (September 2nd to 4th). In addition, Thomas Hoepker’s legendary ‘Champ – Muhammad Ali 1966’ is open at the Chaussee 36 from September 1st to 30th.
Further highlights include the multi-award-winning campaign ‘The World Deserves Witnesses’ – offering extraordinary insights into contemporary history – as well as the exhibition ‘Magnum Young Blood’ with works by German-Russian photographer Nanna Heitmann and Mexican photographer Yael Martinez. Visitors can also look forward to talks by Leica photographer Franziska Stünkel (who will discuss her project ‘Coexist’) and WhiteWall ambassador Karsten Staiger (who will speak on the topic of ‘New York Love Stories’), as well as an exclusive photofinishing workshop.
The varied programme of conferences, lectures and panel discussions takes place daily at the Arena Berlin, starting from 12:30. This year marks the second time that WhiteWall and Leica – both of whom are official BPW partners – have collaborated at this exciting international event.
For more details visit Berlin Photo Week