Haunch of Venison London’s private view of Wim Wenders’ photographs at Burlington Gardens last night attracted the glamorous and cool of London’s art scene. ‘Places, Strange and Quiet’ is a collection of forty-seven photographs taken from the late 70s to present, by the filmmaker and artist Wim Wenders, who was there with wife Donata Wenders. This is an excellent collection of atmospheric and beautiful photographs to gaze upon. An illustrated catalogue accompanies the exhibition and is available from the Haunch of Venison bookshop.
Written by Camron intern Jerry Boston