Daniel Gustav Cramer

Untitled (Carte Du Ciel) II

140 x 106 cm
Edition 5 + 2 Ap

In 1860 the french astronomer and director of the Observatoire de Paris, Ernest Mouchez, initiated a project to photographically document the stars of the night sky to create a map of the stars. 20 observatories worldwide collaborated. Finally, after 70 years, the last observatory, the Armagh Observatory, discontinued the effort. The project was never finalized, there are too many stars in the sky.

DGC F 87 1.001

About Daniel Gustav Cramer

Daniel Gustav Cramerʼs (*1975) exhibitions often consist of an installation of individual elements that together unfold as one single body.

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