The exhibition, Raum & Fotografie (Space & Photography) remains on display at the Salzburg Museum of Modernity in Mönschberg up until April 22, 2018. The exhibition takes a look at a broad diversity of relationships between space and photography. In the early days of photography it was the technical and visual possibilities that were at the forefront, but, as of the sixties, artists began to explore their relationship to “space” in social and conceptual themes.
Curated by Christiane Kuhlmann, the exhibition covers from 1860 right up until present day, and includes works by 35 artists: starting with a walk-in Camera Obscura all the way to the How Not to Be Seen installation by Hito Steyerl from 2013. The changing perception towards and within space is presented in six chapters in an exemplary manner.
Further information at: Museum der Moderne Salzburg