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Other photography museums in Germany

A selection of other photography museums in Germany.
Museum for Photography, Braunschweig
The opening of the Museum for Photography in Braunschweig in 1984 created a fascinating forum for reflection about the medium of photography, which has since become a firm fixture on the international photography network due to its noteworthy exhibitions. The historical collection includes pictures from the first thirty years of photography history. It includes a huge range of photographs; from great masters such as Gisčle Freund, WeeGee or Henri Cartier-Bresson to contemporary artistic perspectives from Tatsumi Orimoto, Inge Rambow or Sabine Linse to themed exhibitions on reportage, fashion, travel or landscape photography. Closed on Mondays.
House of Photography – Dr Robert Gerlich Museum, Burghausen
The bursar's floor of the first house at the start of the longest castle ruins in Europe is home to the “House of Photography – Dr Robert Gerlich Museum”. It was opened as a photo museum by the town of Burghausen in 1983, and is home to a collection of approximately 1,000 cameras from all eras and for all uses – from the clumsy, wooden, 19th century camera for wet plates to the multifunctional cameras of today. Take a peek into the display cases to learn about the origins of photographic shutters, objects and light meters. Open April-October, closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
German Film & Phototechnology Museum, Deidesheim
The German Film & Phototechnology Museum in Deidesheim portrays living film and photography history in the historical rooms of the “community hospital foundation” and its vaults. It is one of the most comprehensive collections of film, photography and television equipment with approximately 3,000 exhibits over an exhibition space of more than 300m˛. Masterpieces from the worlds of optical, precision engineering and electronics show what skills are required to capture photos or start the process of development. Visitors can learn all about electromagnetic light radiation, its limitations in image recording and much, much more. Closed on Mondays and between January and February, guided tours available on request.
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