A new password will be generated for you and sent to the email address associated with your account, all you have to do is enter your username.
‘Places, strange and quiet’
'Places, strange and quiet' a collection of 40 photographs taken from 1983-2011 by Wim Wenders is to be exhibited at the Haunch of Venison London from the 15th April to the 17th May.
The exhibition will feature many large scale unexhibited and recent works from around the world of iconic exteriors, buildings and panoramic depictions of towns and landscapes.
Purposely choosing to take the least beaten track on his travels around the world Wim is drawn to the more remote places and within them finds the strange and out of place which is captured in this collection.
This is Wim's second exhibition at the Haunch of Venison following 'Pictures from the surface of the Earth' in 2003.
Wim will be discussing the exhibition with Professor Yve Lomax (Goldsmiths University) at Haunch of Venison on Friday the 15th April. Tickets are available through the Royal Academy's box office.
The Look of Love
Where Culture Collides 'Werewolf' (Moon)
Whistle & Wee
Peep Show Series 8