One Week left with “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures”

  • by Jacob Paulsen

Visit the exhibition until May 15th at the URBAN NATION Museum

After 1.5 years of Martha’s photographs at the URBAN NATION Museum, the last week of the exhibition begins today. So if you haven’t been able to visit, now is your last chance. “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” is the the first comprehensive retrospective of Martha Cooper’s photographic work to date. Using photographs and personal objects, the exhibition traces Martha Cooper’s life and pays tribute to her as an important documentarist of the worldwide Urban Art movement.

With the show URBAN NATION presents the first comprehensive retrospective of Martha Cooper’s photographic work to date. Using photographs and personal objects, the exhibition, which spans six decades, traces Martha Cooper’s life and pays tribute to her as an important documentarist of the worldwide Urban Art movement.

The curators Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo in close cooperation with Martha Cooper, have created a multimedia exhibition in which artistic works and documentary material are displayed.

Re-opening for the URBAN NATION Museum is scheduled for June, 17th.


Photo: Nika Kramer
“Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures”, curated by Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo of Brooklyn Street Art.

(Museums Management: Jan Sauerwald)