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Contested Waters


Jeff Wiltse illuminates the long-held image of swimming pools as provocative symbols of American life. Shaped by the history of an American society, swimming pools experience their uses as asylums for the urban poor, to recreational facilities for the great masses, to exclusive private clubs for the suburban middle class.






Jeff Wiltse, Contested Waters. A Social History of Swimming Pools in America, North Carolina 2007, image: Lea Eisold.











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OPENING HOURS
Tue—Sunday
2—7 pm
Kottbusser Str. 10,  10999 Berlin

CURATOR
Valeria Schulte-Fischedick

ASSISTANCE
Gustav Elgin / Carola Uehlken

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