PAST EVENTS

 

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INFINITE ICE

TRAVERSING THE ARCTIC AND THE ALPS FROM 1860 TO THE PRESENT

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Friedrich Simony
Eastern View of the Upper and Lower Dachstein Mountains, 1885

Collotype print



© Albertina, Vienna - On permanent loan from the Austrian Federal Education and Research Institute for Graphics (Höhere Graphische Bundes-, Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt), Vienna
 
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Gustav Jägermayer
The Umbal Glacier and the Dreiherrnspitze in the Eastern Tyrolean Region of the Austrian Hohen Tauern Mountains, 1863

Albumen paper



© Albertina, Vienna
 
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Anonymous
Mountaineer Between the Ice Needles of a Glacier, around 1865

Stereo photography



© Albertina, Vienna - On permanent loan from the Austrian Federal Education and Research Institute for Graphics (Höhere Graphische Bundes-, Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt), Vienna
 
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William England
Inner View of the Grindelwald Glacier, 1860-1870

Stereographic photograph



© Albertina, Vienna - On permanent loan from the Austrian Federal Education and Research Institute for Graphics (Höhere Graphische Bundes-, Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt), Vienna
 
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Richard Basso
Swimming Ice Flow at Jan Mayen, 1882-83

Albumen paper



© Dr. Christoph Ladanyi, London
 
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Darren Almond
The Arctic. Plate 14, 2003

C-print



© Courtesy Jay Joplin / White Cube, London
 
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Walter Niedermayr
Nigardsbreen III, 2002

4-part work, C-prints



© Albertina, Vienna / Courtesy Meyer Kainer Gallery, Vienna
 
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Hans Wilczek
The Isbjörnbai in the Midnight Sun, 1872

Albumen paper Stereographic photographs



© Austrian National Library, Picture Archive, Vienna
 
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Birfelder Studio, Bern
Surveying Work on the Upper Edge of an Ice Avalanche on the Rhône Glacier, around 1878

Albumen paper



© Albertina, Vienna - On permanent loan from the Austrian Federal Education and Research Institute for Graphics (Höhere Graphische Bundes-, Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt), Vienna