Friedrich-Hundt-Gesellschaft presents Thomas Kellner’s exhibition “Black & White” Municipal Museum in Muenster. Silver gelatin tableaux made by Kellner between 1997 and 2005 will be on display. In this exhibition, Kellner recalls his beginnings as an artist and his roots in black-and-white photography using the analog gelatin silver process. Black-and-white photography first became widespread in 1871 and developed into the first large-scale visual medium in cultural history. It was the dominant form of photography for almost 60 years before color photography was introduced. Those who have followed Kellner’s photography over the years know that most of his works have been published and exhibited in color. However, there...
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