Left: Museum Clausum, 'Now and Then, 1837-2016' from the series 'Now and Then' devoted to Sir John Soane's Museum, London, (grid of eight prints).

Left: Stuart Leech, courtesy of the Dulwich Picture Gallery, 'The transformation of Dulwich Picture Gallery for the exhibition Murillo & Justino de Neve: The Art of Friendship, 2013' (Video, 1,19 mins). Middle: Museum Clausum, Three images from the newly commissioned series of images of the Telfair Museums – here from the Owens Thomas House. Right: Andy Freeberg, from his series 'Guardians of Russian Art'.

Left: four pieces from Andy Freeberg's series 'Guardians of Russian Art'. Right: three of Louise Lawler's 'Storage' images from the late 1980s. All of these were also reproduced in Douglas Crimps' 'On the Museum's Ruins'.

Left: Louise Lawler, 'Objects', 'Storage', 'Three'.
Centre: Museum Clausum, three images from the commissioned series of the Telfair Museums - here from the Owens Thomas House.
Right: Museum Clausum, 'Now and Then, 1837-2016'.

Left: Andrew Grassie, 'Group Show 3, Mobile Home Gallery',
'Group Show 3. Second shoot', 'Group Show 3. Third shoot'.

Right: Hiroshi Sugimoto

Left wall: Museum Clausum, three images taken at the Telfair Museums – here the Telfair Academy. To the right: the video 'Soane Time', creating the illusion of a life CCTV transmission to Sir John Soane's Museum in London. Centre: Karl Grimes, from the series 'Stuffed Histories' and to the left Mark Dion's 'Polar Bear (Ursus Maritimus) (II)'.

Karl Grimes, Mark Dion, Richard Ross

Left: Matthew Pillsbury from his series: 'Time Frame'.

Right: Valery Katsuba from his series: 'Phiscultura'.

Valery Katsuba, Andrew Grassie, Hiroshi Sugimoto

On the left wall some of Vid Ingelevics' series 'Between art & Art". The right wall showing a mural of a multilayered 'ghost' image of previous Wundercamera exhibitions (at Pitzhanger Manor, London and the Holden Gallery MMU) and three prints from the newly commissioned Museum Clausum series of photographs of the Telfair Museums' three sites – here images taken in the Jepson Centre.


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WUNDERCAMERA: SAVANNAH, Jepson Centre for the Arts, Telfair Museums, Savannah, Georgia, 17 February - 14 May 2017, curated by Klaus Wehner/Museum Clausum, 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 and Hiroshi Sugimoto.

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

The third in the series, Wundercamera Savannah brings together nearly 80 works by twelve international artists. In preparation to the exhibition, Wehner was commissioned by Telfair Museums to take photographs of all three sites, the Telfair Academy, the Jepson Center for the Arts, and the Owens-Thomas House. The resulting images are interspersed in the installation. (click here to see the images) The walls have been painted to match the shade of grey the museum uses in the Telfair Academy. The exhibition finishes with a mural showing a multi-layered 'ghost' image of previous Wundercamera exhibitions.


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