Gothenburg Museum of Art, Götaplatsen/Avenyn
SE 412 56, Gothenburg, Sweden
25 May – 22 September 2019
It’s fifty years since we landed on the Moon. The Hasselblad Foundation is closely linked to this historic event. It was a Hasselblad camera that was used to document Buzz Aldrin’s famous bootprint and to record for posterity the Apollo space program. The exhibition presents photographic and video works created around or after 1969, the year of the Apollo 11 Moon landing.
Chan-Hyo Bae | Helena Blomqvist | Nanna Debois Buhl | Cristina de Middel | Susan Derges | Joan Fontcuberta | Vincent Fournier | Hamish Fulton | Noémie Goudal | Nancy Holt | Kikuji Kawada | Melanie King | Michael Light | Agnes Meyer-Brandis | Aleksandra Mir | Ernesto Neto | Trevor Paglen | Jorma Puranen | Martha Rosler | Thomas Ruff | Larissa Sansour | Wolfgang Tillmans | Shen Wei | Johan Österholm
For more information please visit the website of the Hasselblad Foundation below.