Memento Mori: The Birth & Resurrection of Postmortem Photography Exhibition Images

September 24, 2010


The Burns Archive has posted some magnificent photos from their Memento Mori: The Birth & Resurrection of Postmortem Photography exhibition and they really are a treat for those who can’t make it over (ah, the joys of being in Australia).

Click over to the Burns Archive for the rest!

2 Responses to “Memento Mori: The Birth & Resurrection of Postmortem Photography Exhibition Images”

  1. Marie Chelle Says:

    Nice Information.. Thx for sharing this

  2. Laura Masselos Says:

    There are a few Mourning exhibitions I would have loved to have seen, but missed, being stuck in Australia. For example the ‘Dearly Departed: Women & Mourning 1680-1918’ held by the Tioga County Historic Society last year; but had to be settle with just the catalogue (which is very exciting nonetheless).

    If only our museums (& history) were as exciting as England, Europe and America…


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