A burned-out chair still fuming at a New York street corner. Bony wan legs appearing under dirty shorts, the upper bodies cut away. An elderly man throwing a dirty look at the camera. All in black and white except for 19 colourful stills, some with a blurred selfie of the mysterious American nanny and posthumously heralded street photographer. Following the first exhibition of Maier’s works in Norway in 2010 and last year’s acclaimed documentary Finding Vivian Maier, Berliners can finally get a close look at a selection of 120 of her beautifully quiet time capsules from the 1950s-1980s, free of charge.