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Jana Wisniewski: Fotokörper / Walter Meisterle: Im schwarzen Raum by Fotogalerie WienNr. 23
Sabine Bitter: Foto-Installation / Elfriede Mejchar: Autokraxi by Fotogalerie WienNr. 34
Ist das politische am Ende? by Walter SeitterNr. 48
Fotografie aus Finnland = Korrelaatioita by Fotogalerie WienNr. 178
Werkschau VIII: Josef Wais - Arbeiten von 1967 - 2003 by Fotogalerie WienNr. 187
Stilleben I: "Arrangement" by Fotogalerie WienNr. 193
Midori Araki / Sissi Farassat by Fotogalerie WienNr. 197
Paris < Wien > Berlin by Fotogalerie WienNr. 198
Stilleben II: "Objekt" by Fotogalerie WienNr. 199
Index 1: 1985 - 2004 by Fotogalerie WienNr. 200
Realitäten I: "Machtfaktor Wirtschaft" by Fotogalerie WienNr. 202
Vogt & Boerboom, Karin Borghouts, Veronika Hofinger, Laura Samaraweerová, Lukas Schaller, Eva Würdinger by Fotogalerie WienNr. 203
Werkschau XIII: Itankt - Die Pionierinnen by Fotogalerie WienNr. 229
Konstruierte Wirklichkeiten by Fotogalerie WienNr. 232
Monat der Fotografie: Display by Fotogalerie WienNr. 248
30 Jahre Fotogalerie Wien by Fotogalerie WienNr. 255
Solo III: Katharina Cibulka by Fotogalerie WienNr. 259
Tatort: Umwelt by Fotogalerie WienNr. 263
Recommended by... Aktuelle Tendenzen in der polnischen Foto- und Videoszene by Fotogalerie WienNr. 264
Aneignung Teil III: Soziokulturelle Prägungen by Fotogalerie WienNr. 265
Solo IV: Markus Guschelbauer - plica ex plica by Fotogalerie WienNr. 266
Aufstellungen: Portraits zwischen Reailtät und Fiktion by Fotogalerie WienNr. 267
Mobilität I. Reisen by Fotogalerie WienNr. 268
Werkschau XVIII. Ingeborg Strobl. by Ingeborg StroblNr. 269
Mobilität II. Grenzen by Fotogalerie WienNr. 270
Worlds Collide by Fotogalerie WienNr. 271
Solo V: Lea Titz by Fotogalerie WienNr. 274
Berühren Sie Nicht Den Fluchtpunkt by Fotogalerie WienNr. 275
Werkschau XIX. Michael Mauracher. Film und Foto by Michael MauracherNr. 277
Nervous System by Fotogalerie WienNr. 279
AFTERMATH Topographies. Changing Cultural Landscape - Tendenzen zeitzgenössischer post-jugoslawischer Fotografie by Fotogalerie WienNr. 280
Biografie III - DU by Fotogalerie WienNr. 281
Solo VIII. Christina Werner. Immer beliebt etwas übrig... by Christina WernerNr. 296
Julian Burgin, Birgit Graschopf, Silvia Micheli, Jana Müller, Petra Warrass by Fotogalerie WienNr. 201/2005

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