New York Times' Michael Kimmelman reviews Gisèle Freund's photographs of post-war Berlin at the Willy Brandt Haus in Berlin.
Not all culture is global yet. Outside aging
lefty circles in Greenwich Village or the Berkshires, the photographer
Gisèle Freund mostly causes head-scratching in the United States. Among
other reasons, she published unflattering pictures of Eva Perón in Life
magazine in 1950, troubling the Argentine dictator and ruffling
diplomatic relations, so the State Department officially declared her an
See Kimmelman's review in The New York Times