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This page features records of three WUNDERCAMERA exhibitions. Initiated and curated by Klaus, the exhibitions brought together artists photographing museum spaces. Each exhibition adapted to its venue.

WUNDERCAMERA: SAVANNAH

Telfair Museums, Savannah, GA, (February 2017 - May 2017), featuring works by: Mark Dion, Andy Freeberg, Andrew Grassie, Karl Grimes, Vid Ingelevics, Valery Katsuba, Louise Lawler, Stuart Leech/Dulwich Picture Gallery, Museum Clausum, Matthew Pillsbury, Richard Ross, Hiroshi Sugimoto.

The exhibition was supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Art.

Click here or on the images above to see installation views.

Press: Savannah Connect

 

WUNDERCAMERA: PITZHANGER MANOR

Pitzhanger Manor Gallery and House , London, ( November 2013 - January 2014). The first in the series brought together more than 100 works by: Mark Dion, Jonathan Faiers, Patrick and Tristram Fetherstonhaugh, Andrew Grassie, Karl Grimes, Vid Ingelevics, Valery Katsuba, Karen Knorr, Louise Lawler, Stuart Leech/Dulwich Picture Gallery, Richard Ross, Traer Scott, Matt Stuart and Hiroshi Sugimoto.

The exhibition was supported by a grant from the Arts Council England

Click here or on the images above to see installation views.

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Preview page with artists' weblinksWUNDERCAMERA pdf NOW AND THEN pdf

WUNDERCAMERA: HOLDEN GALLERY

Holden Gallery, MMU, Manchester, England, (March 2014 - May 2014). Featuring works by: Mark Dion, Jonathan Faiers, Patrick and Tristram Fetherstonhaugh, Andrew Grassie, Karl Grimes, Vid Ingelevics, Valery Katsuba, Karen Knorr, Louise Lawler, Stuart Leech/Dulwich Picture Gallery, Richard Ross, Traer Scott, Matt Stuart and Hiroshi Sugimoto.The exact same 'collection' made for Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery was taken over by the Holden Gallery. During the duration of the exhibition here, work were 're-curated' and hung within different contexts by the gallery's curators.

Click here for some records of the re-hanging (click at the here link at the bottom of the text of the Holden site for several pages of records!)

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