Exhibition

Open Space #2 – Night

Storage, Salzburg, November 2017 – March 2018

 

 

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In this second off-space exhibition we show a selection of pictures on the theme of night.
From mysterious nocturnal images of plants by Robert Zahornicky, Brett Weston and Giovanni Castell to landscape photographs by Edward Weston and Marilyn Bridges. Ansel Adams’ view into the mountains by night in the moonlight in contrast to Adrian Bischoff’s manipulated images of mountains with artificial light. Hannes Kilian’s romantic view onto the sea opposed to Minor Whites’ abstract representation of the sea and the mystically seeming picture of the night on lead by Eva Schlegel. Nocturnal cityscapes by Josef Hoflehner, Fritz Simak, Max Lohr, Herbert List and Josef Sudek. Berenice Abbott’s bizarre shop window offers private insights into the night of Eliot Elisofon, Harry Callahan and Nan Goldin to the “Schlaf der Liebenden” (sleep of lovers) by Paul Maria Schneggenburger.

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S-1237, "5-Terre, Italien"
Hannes Kilian, "5-Terre, Italien", 1962
S-1261, "Free Fight 1"
Giovanni Castell, "Free Fight 1", 2009
S-1307, "Naxos 9, Sicilia"
Robert Zahornicky, "Naxos 9, Sicilia", 1986
S-1308, "Naxos 8, Sicilia"
Robert Zahornicky, "Naxos 8, Sicilia", 1986
S-1574, "Uri-Rotstock 1 46°51’N 8°32’E"
Adrian Bischoff, "Uri-Rotstock 1 46°51’N 8°32’E"
S-1763, "Simon in his blue pyjamas, NYC"
Nan Goldin, "Simon in his blue pyjamas, NYC", 1996
S-1963, "Osram"
Nikolaus Schletterer, "Osram", 2000
S-1982, "Alberta Askins Flynn, pregnant and sitting on a broken down brass bed with the springs sticking out; Memphis, TN"
Eliot Elisofon, "Alberta Askins Flynn, pregnant and sitting on a broken down brass bed with the springs sticking out; Memphis, TN", 1940
S-1984, "Nachtlicht"
Nikolaus Korab, "Nachtlicht", 2015