Leopold Ahrendts (1825-1870) and the early days of photography in Berlin
tuesday - saturday, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Galerie Berinson presents a substantial volume of work by the early Berlin urban and architectural photographer, Leopold Ahrendts. Composed of over 20 albumen and salt paper prints. The exhibition is largely compiled of photographs from the estate of the Berlin poet, Fanny Lewald.
Further examples of early Berlin photography will be exhibited alongside Leopold Ahrendts’ work, including a view of the Berlin “Schlossbrücke”, which, attributed to Louis Sachse, is dated 1853. The exhibition will as well feature an unknown portrait of Alexander von Humboldt and two daguerreotype portraits of the Berlin photographers, Johann Schall and Gustav Oehme, respectively dated 1843 and 1844.
More at Galerie Berinson: berinson.de/berinson_neu/cms/aktuelle_ausstellung_89_2_.html
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