RAYMOND BUCKLAND’S MUSEUM OF WITCHCRAFT AND MAGICK and Stephen Romano Gallery are thrilled to announce they will be collaborating on an exhibition of vintage photographic works by WILLIAM MORTENSEN (1897 – 1965) entitled “WITCHES” at the Museum’s Cleveland Ohio new location.
The exhibition will feature many previously unseen works along with some of Mortensen’s most well known iconic occult themed photographs, which Huffington Post declared as “Some of the most beautifully terrifying images ever made“.
The exhibition will open August 3 and continue through November 3, 2019.
The exhibition will feature a guide with observations and comments from renowned Swedish occult writer and mage Idlu LiliRegulus, whose sold out book ‘Hekate the Crossroads’ Dark Goddess’ has received high acclaim. A PDF of the guide will be available upon request.
Steven Intermill, Museum Director of the Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick says: “One of the goals for the BucklandMuseum moving locations was to have room for a rotating exhibit space, so when Stephen Romano approached us about a collaborative show we were naturally intrigued – so much we may have even howled a the moon!”
“The Mortensen photos depict a supernatural world rarely seen, where witches not only exist in the shadow but radiate within the light. His genius techniques enhance reality, bringing to focus the liminal space that esoteric imagery needs for success.”
For further information and visuals please contact:
Steven Intermill, Museum Director of the Buckland Museum of Witchcraft and Magick at email@example.com
Stephen Romano Gallery at firstname.lastname@example.org