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Miles Aldridge

Virgin Mary. Supermarkets. Popcorn. Photographs 1999-2020

Woman wearing a gold crown.
Photo by Miles Aldridge. Courtesy of Lyndsey Ingram, London

British photography legend Miles Aldridge has made a long and illustrious career out of pulling the veil off of society's conventions. Using a visual style full of vibrant colors, intricate set design, and signature dark British wit, Aldridge is known to bridge the gap between high art and pop culture. Now, his retrospective Virgin Mary. Supermarkets. Popcorn. Photographs 1999 to 2020, curated by Nadine Barth, is arriving at Fotografiska Berlin.


Awash in his trademark detailed mise-en-scenes, Virgin Mary. Supermarkets. Popcorn. Photographs 1999-2020 is the largest collection of Aldridge's work, over 80 photographs including pieces from "(after Cattelan)" (in collaboration with artist Maurizio Cattelan) and his "Immaculée" series, which depicts modern-looking models as religious figures. Portraits of cultural mavericks like Donatella Versace and Ralph Fiennes are also present, inhabiting Aldridge's slightly surreal, always enticing world. The mark of a true visionary, Aldridge is always able to bend the reality he photographs to fit into his larger-than-life perspective.

Jean Paul Gaultier standing in the middle surrounded by people wearing designer clothes.
Jean Paul Gaultier, 2011 © Miles Aldridge

Until 21 Apr 2024

Omar Victor Diop

The Senegalese visual artist Omar Victor Diop presents three distinct yet interconnected emblematic bodies of work at Fotografiska Berlin: Allegoria, Diaspora, and Liberty.

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A man wearing a red suit, standing confidently.

Until 9 Jun 2024

Shirin Neshat

The Fury

Through her stunningly stark black and white photographs and video work, Shirin Neshat's work sheds light on the lived realities of sexually exploited female political prisoners in the Republic of Iran.

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Close up of a nude female body with Iranian texts over her