Helmut Newton: Work (London) Reviews
Description:10 May – 8 July, Barbican Gallery. An opportunity to see both classic Helmut Newton images and works never seen ... more
Newest Review: ... were displayed last Autumn in the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, and include works from all three of Newton's main areas of photography – fashion, nudes an portraits – displayed thematically. The gallery leaflet informs the visitor that chronology has been deliberately ignored in deciding on the layout of the gallery. However, it soon becomes obvious, upon touring the ... more
Customer Helmut Newton: Work (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 06/06/01, updated on 06/06/01 (Very useful, 2156 readings)
The Barbican Gallery isn't one that I have particularly frequent cause to visit. Not least because of my dislike of the veritable rabbit warren that is London's Barbican Centre! The Gallery is, however, one of the easiest things to find in the building, and its entrance is located just beside the lifts, on the third floor. The admission fee for the Gallery is depressingly steep, weighing in at a shocking £7 (£5 concessions). However, some exhibitions merit this not inconsiderable entrance fee. At the moment, for example, the Gallery is holding two exhibitions, and the admission fee buys you admission to both, so that if you don't like one, at least ... Read the complete review
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