From left to right: Traer Scott, Camera Obscured, Karl Grimes, Camera Obscured (in the corner), Valery Katsuba

Louise Lawler

Matt Stuart, Louise Lawler, Mark Dion

Karen Knorr, Camera Obscured, Vid ingelevics (in the back room)

Matt Stuart, Patrick and Tristram Fetherstonhaugh, Traer Scott

Vid Ingelevics, three prints from: 'Camera Obscured'

(Patrick and Tristram Fetherstonhaugh in the background)

Karl Grimes, Andrew Grassie

Museum Clausum: 'Soane Time', installed in the breakfast Room at Pitzhanger Manor.

Various prints from the series 'Now and Then' (Soane Mania), installed in the library at Pitzhanger Manor.

Museum Clausum, 'Now and Then, 1837-2015' installed at Pitzhanger Manor.

Vid Ingelevics, from the series ' Between art & Art'

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WUNDERCAMERA: PITZHANGER MANOR

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Pitzhanger Manor Gallery and House , London, ( November 2013 - January 2014). Initiated and curated by Klaus, 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 took over the large gallery as well as the historic house. Selected Prints from Vid Ingelevics' project 'Camera Obscured' were interspersed between the works. The exhibition featured a site specific installation of : Museum Clausum: Now and Then. Displayed in the historic house, this image series, taken at today's Sir John Soane's Museum, photographically 'returned' parts of the collection that were initially housed there when Soane used the house as his country villa.

The exhibition was supported by a grant from the Arts Council England, granted to Klaus as individual artist.

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