Conceptual photography is a favorite genre among contemporary photographers. This display in Salzburg has the major shooters thinking about 'space' and what it looks and means to them.
The photographs date back to the 1860 then to the present, showing how artists expanded their engagement with 'space' as social and conceptual issues; from a walk-in camera obscura to the projected image. The exhibition shows with early imaging processes and experimental photography, with current technology slowly introduced. The Neues Sehen movement botht in visual art and architecture gave birth to the works of photographer László Moholy-Nagy, who became a pioneer of the Bauhaus. Influences of architecture are also featured.
Visit the display Space & Photography at the Museum der Moderne in Salzburg, running through April 22.
Images are from the press kit.