Galerie für Moderne Fotografie
Schroederstrasse 13, 10115 Berlin, Germany
The Gallery of Modern Photography was founded in 2008 by Kirsten Hermann and is located in the Schröder in Berlin-Mitte.
The focus of the gallery's program is especially in the medium of photography, focusing both on the presentation of international
established artists as well as on the discovery of young photographic works. With exhibitions such as the GDR fashion pictures by photographer Roger Melis from the Sixties and Seventies, the program is concerned not only with the fashion photography of the past 40 years and rare vintage photographs, showcases the latest works by established contemporary artists such as Camille Vivier, Ingar Krauss and Albrecht Fuchs. The gallery is always on the lookout for exciting young artists and shows newcomers such as the Prince Bernhard-student Karoline Klüppel and other singular artistic celebrities of the portrait and landscape photography. Since the mediation of the diversity of the current contemporary photography, the gallery plays a major role, are in addition to the fashion photography always the conceptual positions of the (staged) contemporary photography, the focus of the gallery. Accompanied the exhibitions in the gallery space at regular intervals of presentations in the "GFM Salon "on the first floor, where the usual concept of the neutral white cube gives way to the inhabited salons.