The Walther Collection
T +49 731 176 9143
Hours: Thursday to Sunday
The Walther Collection can be visited by guided tour only. To schedule, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call: +49 731 176 9143
The Order of Things:
Photography from The Walther Collection
Curated by Brian Wallis
May 17, 2015 – October 10, 2015
Visiting the Walther Collection in
The closest international airports are Frankfurt and Munich.
From Frankfurt Airport: direct ICE train connection to Ulm Central Station.
From Munich Airport: S-8 city train, airport bus or taxi to Munich Central Station. Direct ICE train connections to Ulm Central Station.
From Munich: Autobahn A8 direction Stuttgart. Change to Autobahn A7 direction Kempten/Lindau. First exit Nersingen, follow B10 direction Neu-Ulm, first exit Burlafingen. Cross railroad, take first street on right, Thalfingerstraße. Pass village square, take first street left, Reichenauerstraße. Follow the street until you see our White Box at the corner of Reichenauerstraße / Lindauerstraße.From Stuttgart: Autobahn A8 direction Munich. Change to Autobahn A7 direction Kempten/Lindau. See above.
From Frankfurt: Autobahn A3 direction Würzburg, change to Autobahn A7 direction Ulm/Kempten/Lindau. See above.
From Ulm Central Station it is a 10-15 minute taxi ride to The Walther Collection.
Take the number 84 or 88 bus at Ulm Central Station, get off at Burlafingen Dorfplatz, following Thalfingerstrasse for 50 meters, and take the first street on the left, Reichenauerstrasse. It is a 5-minute walk to The Walther Collection, on your left. For bus schedules, please visit: www.ding-ulm.de
Project Space New York
508-526 West 26th Street, Suite 718
New York, NY 10001 USA
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Wednesday – Saturday, 11am – 6pm
Santu Mofokeng: A Metaphorical Biography
January 29 – June 27, 2015
The Walther Collection presents a solo exhibition of photographs by Santu Mofokeng, bringing together poetic and resonant images by one of South Africa’s most renowned artists. Santu Mofokeng: A Metaphorical Biography
features selections from six powerful series exploring landscape and social identity. Mofokeng’s nuanced, slowed-down work resists the sensational, providing an intimate vision of South African communities, while his evocative landscapes consider memories of historical trauma. This exhibition spans three decades of Mofokeng’s career and includes prints shown for the first time in the US.