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An exhibition with a view

Cabin 99 exhibition

Now here’s an interesting place to have an art exhibition: a cabin in Yosemite.  If you’re in the area today or tomorrow, check it out. Terrance Reimer writes:

Nineteen students of the Faculty of Fine Arts / Photography from the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria have traveled to Wawona to realize photographic art projects inspired by a two-­week visit to Yosemite National Park. Their photographic expedition culminates this Friday, May 9th at 6 p.m. with a 23 hour art exhibition at The Redwoods in Yosemite, Wawona, Cabin #99.

The details:

Upon entering the southern entrance to Yosemite National Park on CA Hwy 41, turn left continuing on CA Hwy 41/Wawona Road. Proceed into Wawona and turn right on Chilnualna Falls Road. Follow the signs to The Redwoods in Yosemite. Due to limited parking near the cabin, a shuttle will run from The Redwoods office to the cabin.

Students participating in the exhibition include: Enar De Dios Rodriguez, Gregory Desnieux, Maria­Magdalena Ianchis, Noah Kolb, Mira Klug, Christian Kurz, Leonard Mandl, Olena Newkryta, Philipp Pesserl, Johannes Raimann, Marie Reichel, Antonia Rippel­Stefanska, Anna Sophia Russmann, Hessam Samavatian, Mahir Siddgi, Rudolf Strobl, Nana Thurner, Julia Varkonyi, and Malin Walleser.

To follow the students’ adventures, check out their blog.

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