Helmut Newton photos

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Scheduled to open in Berlin in June 2004 is an exhibition of works by photographer Helmut Newton, who presented 1,000 of his photographs to the city in October ’03.

Newton was born in the German capital in 1920 and studied photography there before he left Nazi Germany in 1938. He died in a car crash on Jan. 23, 2004, in Los Angeles, where he spent winters away from his summer home of Monte Carlo.

Newton was known for his fashion and nude photographs. His works are on long-term loan for permanent display at the German Center of Photography, currently being established by the Newton Foundation in a former art library at Jebenstrasse 2, close to Berlin’s Zoo Station.

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Scheduled to open in Berlin in June 2004 is an exhibition of works by photographer Helmut Newton, who presented 1,000 of his photographs to the city in October ’03.

Newton was born in the German capital in 1920 and studied photography there before he left Nazi Germany in 1938. He died in a car crash on Jan. 23, 2004, in Los Angeles, where he spent winters away from his summer home of Monte Carlo.

Newton was known for his fashion and nude photographs. His works are on long-term loan for permanent display at the German Center of Photography, currently being established by the Newton Foundation in a former art library at Jebenstrasse 2, close to Berlin’s Zoo Station.