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Photographic Exhibition In The Anti-Cube Gallery : A Case Study Of Daniel Libeskind’s Roloff Beny Gallery

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posted on 08.06.2021, 09:37 by Laura E. Hayward
This paper examines the installation of photography exhibitions within the unconventional gallery spaces that have been produced as a part of the relatively recent wave of “iconic” museum architecture. As a medium that has primarily been displayed within the modernist “white cube,” photography presents issues adapting to this new type of gallery interior. This thesis takes, as its case study, the Roloff Beny Gallery, managed by the Institute for Contemporary Culture (ICC) as located in Daniel Libeskind’s Michael Lee-Chin Crystal – a controversial addition to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), Toronto, Ontario. It examines how photographic exhibitions have addressed design and installation issues in this iconic space through three photographic exhibitions

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Language

eng

Program

Photographic Preservation and Collections Management

Granting Institution

Ryerson University

Thesis Advisor

Vid Ingelevics