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Die Erfindung der Pressefotografie.Aus der Sammlung Ullstein 1894-1945

The exhibition focuses on the Ullstein press photo collection launched at the turn of the 20th century and the weekly news magazine "Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung" (BIZ), published by Ullstein from 1894 on, which together represent a historical turning point in the development of the German press landscape.

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Deutsches Historisches Museum

Unter den Linden 2 10117 Berlin


It documents the entrance of photography into the newspaper world and the related development of modern newspaper publications, which were able to increase their impact and popularity by means of pictures.The heart of the exhibition consists of original photographs from the collection of ullstein bild: works by such noted photographers as Georg and Otto Haeckel, Philipp Kester, Martin Munkacsi, Felix H. Man, Erich Salomon, Yva, Max Ehlert and Regina Relang dealt with photography, which influenced people’s viewing habits and engaged the visual longings of its readers.The exhibition concentrates on original examples of analogue photography, presenting a new perspective for the viewer. Pictures by well-known or famous photographers of their times document the high demands the BIZ placed on quality and offer visitors a multi-faceted survey for their viewing pleasure.

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