ABOUT THE WALTHER COLLECTION

The Walther Collection is dedicated to researching, collecting, exhibiting and publishing photography and video art. Since its opening to the public in 2010, the collection has grown to become one of the most important holdings of African and Asian photography and video art, American vernacular photographs, and nineteenth-century photographic imagery from Europe and Africa. The collection presents large-scale annual exhibitions at five-gallery museum campus in Neu-Ulm, Germany, various thematic and monographic shows and public programs at its Project Space in New York City, as well as traveling exhibitions around the world. Organized in collaboration with leading international curators, the collection’s exhibitions endeavor to create dynamic juxtapositions by artists whose contributions to photography significantly expand the history of the medium. The collection’s established publishing series with Steidl, complementing the exhibitions program with extensive catalogues and monographs, is informed by comprehensive research by acclaimed writers, critics, and art historians.

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