Tied Up Torso, Ramatuelle, 1980
Helmut Newton Legacy at the Kunstforum (until Jan 15) comprises over 300 works covering the complete oeuvre of the famous Berlin photographer. Newton was renowned for his photos of women, naked or dressed, powerful, aggressive and self-assertive. After fleeing Nazi Germany to Australia in 1838, he began to photograph fashion. He first photographed nudes in the 1980s, and his larger than life models with their almost belligerent nakedness and self-confident sexuality became his trademark.