Kicken Berlin : The library-gallery specialized in 19th and 20th century and contemporary photography
When Rudolf Kicken opened his first gallery in 1974, devoted to photography only, he was, along with Ann and Jürgen Wilde, one of the very few pioneers who fought to establish this medium as a serious and independent form of art. Having moved to Berlin in 1979, the gallery found its permanent home right in the heart of Berlin’s gallery quarter in Mitte. The stunningly designed space also includes a private viewing room in which one can retreat with a selected work. The gallery’s programme varies from pioneering work of the 19th century and canonical classics from the Bauhaus era, to American masters of colour photography and other chosen contemporaries.
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