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Fotografiska Berlin opens Bar Clara in the museum's rooftop prism.

Woman in glittery dress holding a bar menu. The bar menu cover is a black and white portrait of light skinned, dark haired and bare chested young man holding a traditional style handheld camera to his right temple while camera film blows out of his left temple.

Fotografiska Berlin, the Contemporary Museum for Photography, Art, and Culture, opens Bar Clara in the prism on the top of the historic building. Bar Clara will complement the culinary offerings at the museum, starting 15th of March – following Restaurant Verōnika and Bar Verōnika, the ground floor Bakery, and the Café + Bar. Bar Clara offers breathtaking views and seasonal cocktail exhibits, inspired by its unique location and close connection to photographic art, and the creative community of Fotografiska Berlin.