• Panorama Rouen 1431
    created by Yadegar Asisi in 2016
    photo © asisi

Individual and Student Members

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  • Anonymous

    Address: Cambridge, United Kingdom
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    Address: Amsterdam, Netherlands
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    Address: Altötting, Germany
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    Address: Penzance, United Kingdom
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    Address: The Hague, Netherlands
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    Address: Wavre, Belgium
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    Address: Innsbruck, Austria
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    Address: Moscow, Russian Federation
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    Address: Innsbruck, Austria
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    Address: Meilen, Switzerland
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    Address: Ruurlo, Netherlands
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    Address: Stuttgart, Germany
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    Address: Norfolk Island, Australia
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    Address: Victoria, Australia
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    Address: Tokyo, Japan
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    Address: Bonn, Germany
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    Address: Turnhout, Belgium
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    Address: Shenyang, P.R. of China
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    Address: Gent, Belgium
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    Address: Chislehurst, United Kingdom
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    Address: Küsnacht, Switzerland
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    Address: London, United Kingdom
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    Address: New York, United States of America
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    Address: Hawker, Australia
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    Address: Hawker, Australia
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    Address: Wassenaar, Netherlands
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    Address: Brussels, Belgium
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    Address: Strasbourg, France
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    Address: Munich, Germany
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    Address: Altoetting, Germany
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    Address: Rotterdam, Netherlands
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    Address: Brussels, Belgium
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    Address: Rotterdam, Netherlands
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    Address: United Arab Emirates
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    Address: Rotterdam, The Netherlands
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    Address: El Dorado Hills, United States of America
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    Address: Zurich, Switzerland
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    Address: Luxembourg, Luxembourg
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    Address: Seattle, WA, United States of America
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    Address: Los Angeles, United States of America
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    Address: Los Angeles, United States of America
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    Address: Gangkofen, Germany
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    Address: Rogoż, Poland
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    Address: New York, United States of America
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    Address: Luzern, Switzerland
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    Address: Beijing, P.R. of China
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    Address: Bath, United Kingdom
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    Address: Nobitz, Germany
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    Address: Great Falls, VA, USA
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    Address: Zoelen, Netherlands
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    Address: Champaign, United States of America
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    Address: Berkeley CA, United States of America
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    Address: Pacoima CA, United States of America
  • MFA Briggs, Molly

    Function: Artist, Historian, Doctoral Candidate
    Institution: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Address: Illinois, USA
    Description: Molly Briggs is a landscape painter and scholar. Her dissertation assesses the influence of panoramic media on late nineteenth century American park design. She recently discovered an unknown, fully-intact moving panorama. She holds an MFA in Art Theory and Practice from Northwestern University and is completing a Ph.D. in Landscape Architecture History and Theory at UIUC.
  • Charlton, James Martin

    Function: academic / dramatist
    Institution: Middlesex University
    Address: London, United Kingdom
    Description: Theatre/Screen writer and director; working on research on scriptwriting for 360° filming, and the immersive experience of the viewer in 360° environments.
  • Cramm, Irène

    Function: Museum director
    Institution: Bourbaki Panorama Lucerne
    Address: Bourbaki Panorama Lucerne, Loewenplatz 11, 6004 Luzern, Switzerland
  • M.A. Deicher, Patrick

    Function: historian and economist/ Consultant in Public Management and Head of sector not-for-profit-organizations with BDO Ltd. (Switzerland)
    Institution: BDO Ltd. (Switzerland)
    Address: Lucerne, Switzerland
    Description: Since 2015 Member of Advisory Experts Group / Project Manager for curatorial projects Bourbaki Panorama in Lucerne, Switzerland
    Since 2011 Member of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation Panorama Altoetting, Germany
    2013 - 2017 Treasurer to the International Panorama Council
    2003 - 2013 Secretary-General to the International Panorama Council
    2000 - 2007 Curator of Bourbaki Panorama in Lucerne, Switzerland
  • Finlinson, J.M.

    Function: Researcher, Archival Studies Student, Volunteer
    Institution: Velaslavasay Panorama, Los Angeles
    Address: Los Angeles, USA
    Description: Research on panoramas in California and other topics in history of the western US; membership services and box office management for The Velaslavasay Panorama in Los Angeles.
  • Dipl. Ing. ETHZ Fuchs, Max

    Function: President of the Panorama Kreuzigung Christi of Einsiedeln, Switzerland
    Institution: Panorama Kreuzigung Christi of Einsiedeln, Switzerland
    Description: Darstellung des Sterbens Christi auf dem Kalvarienberg; Stadt und Landschaft um Jerusalem zur Zeit Jesu. Kreuzigungsthema von Piglhein. Die Künstler waren vor 1890 an Ort.

    Neu aufgegriffen von Frosch, Krieger, Leigh. 1960 abgebrannt und neu erstellt von Hans Wulz und Josef Fastl. Das Besitztum der Gesellschaft ist auf 100 Anteile aufgeteilt, wobei die Hälfte der Familie Fuchs zufällt.
  • Phd student Guimarães, Clayton Santos

    Function: researcher/ Book editor & book designer
    Institution: University of Coimbra
    Address: Coimbra, Portugal
    Description: Brazilian, graduated in Portuguese Language and Literature at the Federal University of Ouro Preto (BR) in 2005. He has attended History and Philosophy programmes in order to pursue his object of inquiry: the relationship between Literature, Fiction and the writing of History. In Portugal, he attended the University of Porto (Arts, Literature, and Culture), the University of Évora (Contemporary Philosophy), Since 2010, he has been in University of Coimbra as student of the Phd program in "Advanced Studies in the Materialities of Literature".

    His research focuses in the optical technology and its relation with new pratices of writing in Portugal in XIXth century.

    He is member of Internacional Panorama Council, The Magic Lantern Society of the US and Canada (US/CA), Société des Amis de Victor Hugo (FR), Porto University Drama Research Center (PT), Centro de Estudos dos Oitocentos (BR), Sociedade Brasileira de Teoria e História da Historiografia (BR).
  • PhD in Politics Hambaryan, David

    Institution: Yerevan State University
    Address: Bashinjaghyan 1st, 14/11, Yerevan, Armenia
  • Dr. Jones, Gordon L.

    Function: Senior Military Historian and Curator
    Institution: Atlanta History Center
    Address: Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America
    Description: Dr. Gordon L. Jones has been with the Atlanta History Center since 1991. He is responsible for the care, research, and interpretation of the Center's collection of 11,000 objects relating to the American Civil War. His academic specialty is the Civil War in popular culture and the processes of remembering, commemorating, and re-creating the past.
    Gordon is currently overseeing the documentation and historical interpretation of the 1886 panorama The Battle of Atlanta, which is being prepared to move from its outmoded 1921 building in Grant Park, Atlanta, to a new specially-designed panorama building on the Atlanta History Center’s campus. This building is scheduled for completion in early 2017, at which time The Battle of Atlanta will be moved, properly suspended, and conserved before its grand opening in the fall of 2018. The new building will include a permanent exhibition relating the history and significance of this and other panoramic paintings of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Gordon works extensively with other I.P.C. members in all aspects of this important project.
  • Dr. Kern, Patrizia

    Function: historian and researcher
    Institution: Karl Jaspers Centre for Advanced Transcultural Studies, Heidelberg
    Address: Heidelberg, Germany
  • Kievits, Wim

    Function: consultant, archivist, historian (Netherlands)
    Institution: Foundation Panorama Vught 1629 (Netherlands)
    Address: Vught, Netherlands
    Description: Conducting feasibility study on behalf of Foundation Panorama Vught 1629
    Managing partner Kievits Heritage Management & Consultancy
  • Kutz, David

    Function: Artist
    Address: Brooklyn, NY USA
    Description: My work is focused on vernacular cultural landscapes in our globalized world and for several years I have been exploring the panoramic form.
  • Lambertus, Patricia

    Function: visual artist
    Description: Patricia Lambertus is a visual artist based in Berlin and Bremen, Germany. The inspiration for her installations are often historical scenic Panoramas. The artist Patricia Lambertus creates installations that deal with the subject of violence in its various aspects, combining the visual language of the past with elements from contemporary news reporting on political and social conflicts. Her motifs often originate from wallpaper – photographed, collaged and otherwise processed – as well as visual material from the media and her own photographs. She turns all these different components into richly detailed installations in which she poses questions about interior decoration and the autonomy of images. At the same time, the artist’s layered wallpapers function as stratigraphy, the archaeological study of strata, through which discoveries can be analyzed and dated.
  • Prof. Leitão, Thiago

    Function: Architect
    Institution: Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo da UFRJ / Programa de Pós-Graduação em Urbanismo  PROURB-FAU-UFRJ
    Address: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    Description: Thiago Leitão is Full Professor of sketching and computer graphics techniques of Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo of Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Has graduation in Architecture and Urbanism (FAU-UFRJ, 2006), Master of Science in Arts (PROURB-FAU-UFRJ Rio de Janeiro, co-realized at Sint-Lucas Architectuur, Hogeschool voor Wetenschap & Kunst, Brussels, 2009), and PhD (PROURB-FAU-UFRJ Rio de Janeiro, 2014). Since from his graduation, works in the representation area of Architecture and Urbanism mixing analogical and digital tools. Researches the history of Panoramas, the Panoramas of Rio de Janeiro, the 360° paintings and its conversion to digital media, and how the panorama experience can develop and achieve new possibilities of graphic representation for architects and city planners.
  • Ass. Prof. Maillard, Gaston-François

    Function: President
    Institution: ASSOCIATION des AMIS du Panorama MORAT 1476
    Address: 30 Chemin de la Bergerie , Pré-à-DomJean , CH 1673 Promasens-Rue
    Description: President of «ASSOCIATION des AMIS du Panorama MORAT 1476»
    Member «Patrimoine Suisse/Heimatschutz» sections FR & VD
    Member «Domus Antica Helvetica»

    After a long training in Reconstructive Plastic & Hand Surgery in Switzerland , Paris-France , U.K. , NewYork & Miami .Dr GF Maillard has been teaching , as Associate Professor during 30 years , specialized Surgery at Lausanne University.
    He wrote more than 200 scientific papers , produced 20 teaching videos and wrote 5 books .
    Being involved since more that 50 years in the preservation of the Cultural Heritage by salvage of an old Swiss 18th century historical House, he created with Denis de Techtermann, President of the Patrimoine Suisse, section Vaud, and a group of Personalities the « Association des AMIS du Panorama MORAT 1476». This Association is now recognized by the State as a non-profit cultural Organization. The aim is to salvage this marvelous 19th century circular painting and to help in the search of the best possible siting for permanent exhibition.
  • Newman, Andy

    Function: Collector
    Address: PO Box 50376, St. Louis, MO 63105, USA
    Description: Intrigued with the invention of the word “panorama” to describe Barker’s 1789 painting of Edinburgh, Andy has for over 20 years collected examples of the extensive use of the “-rama” suffix over the centuries. Everything from Accordion-O-Rama to Zoo-A-Rama with thousands of artifacts in between, including of course many early panorama, diorama, and cyclorama items. Andy is always in acquisition mode, and there is no shortage of new (or at least new-to-him) items, so please bring any striking “-rama” object (pamphlet, T-shirt, book, toy, Boy Scout patch, movie poster, tool, plate, advertisement, or whatever) to Andy’s attention so that you can become one of his many worldwide deputies in this never-ending hunt.
  • Piccolin, Lukas

    Institution: Association Pro Elisarion
    Description: Lukas Piccolin is a panorama-entusiast and individual member of the IPC. His special field of interest are panorama-film systems. He is doing research on the history of 360° film systems and on individual systems such as SWISSORAMA (1984-2002, Swiss Museum of Transport and Communication, Lucerne), the first seamless "all-around-cinema" by Ernst A. Heiniger.

    He is founding member of the association PRO ELISARION. The association's goal is to save/restore the artwork of Elisar von Kupffer (1872-1942) including his main piece of work, the circular painting "Klarwelt der Selingen" (3.45 x 25.3m).

    The circular painting was the center of the Elisarion - Kupffers house in Minusio - and was on display from 1939 in a rotunda added to the house. The exhibition designer Harald Szeemann saved the painting from destruction in the 1970s when all of Kupffer's artwork was cleared out of the Elisarion. At present the painting can be visited on Monte Verità, Ascona (Switzerland).
  • Prof. Thompson, Seth

    Function: Educator, Media Artist, Writer
    Institution: American University of Sharjah
    Address: Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
    Description: Seth Thompson is Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Design at the American University of Sharjah, as well as a media artist and writer involved in documenting and interpreting art, design and culture through print and online presentations. His research interests and practice primarily focus on the interpretation and representation of visual culture and heritage using panoramic imaging and hypermedia systems. Media art history with special emphasis on the panorama plays an integral role in this theoretical and practice-based investigation. Thompson holds a BFA in Studio Arts from the University of Colorado at Boulder, an MA in Visual Arts Administration from New York University and an MFA in Visual Art from Vermont College of Fine Arts. He is a member of the International Art Critics Association and has lived and worked in the United Arab Emirates since 2006.
  • Velas, Sara

    Function: Artist, current IPC President
    Institution: Velaslavasay Panorama
    Address: 1122 West 24th Street, Los Angeles, CA, USA
    Description: Sara Velas is a visual artist and the Artistic Director of The Velaslavasay Panorama, which she founded in the year 2000 on Hollywood Boulevard. Dedicated to arts & entertainment popular before the invention of cinema and other traditional art forms, The Velaslavasay Panorama maintains an exhibition hall, theatre and garden in an historic cinema built in 1915 in the West Adams District of downtown Los Angeles. Ms. Velas has traveled extensively throughout the world to experience and research the unique immersive state offered by the panoramic art form in both its historic 19th century and contemporary manifestations, with a special focus on 20th & 21st century panoramas created in Asia. Ms. Velas is currently the President of the International Panorama Council. Born in Panorama City, California, she received her BFA in Painting from Washington University School of Art in Saint Louis, Missouri and resides in downtown Los Angeles.
  • Prof. Wurmfeld, Sanford

    Function: Artist
    Address: New York City, NY, USA
    Description: Has created the only known abstract/constructivist cycloramas: Cyclorama 2000, first shown in the Osthaus Museum, Hagen 2000; Mucsarnok, Budapest, 2002; Alltoetting, Germany, 2003; Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh, 2004; now in the collection of the Osthaus Museum, Hagen, Germany
    E-Cyclorama, 2008, exhibited Edinburgh College of Art 2008; Neuberger Museum 2009; and Ewing Gallery, University of TN 2011.
    E-Cyclorama II is currently in production.
  • Prof. Yan, Yang

    Function: Professor of Luxun Fine Art Institute/ Member of Chinese Artist Association/ Member of China Poetry Society
    Institution: Luxun Fine Art Institute
    Address: Shenyang, P.R. of China
    Description: List of Awards:
    China National Fine Art Exhibition Gold awards: two. Bronze Award: one. Excellent Award: one. Nomination Award: one.
    China National Panorama Grand Exhibition Award: Top Tier Awards: two. Secondary Awards: two. Excellent Awards: three.
    First Chinese National Fine Art Award: Gold Award, year 2009
    Starting 2013, participated the Chinese Civilization and Important Historical Events Fine Art Creation Project, created oil painting “The Battle of Chibi”
    Work held at National Museum of China: The Katana Cutting into the Heads of the Ghosts.
    Work collected into The Complete Collection of Modern Chinese Fine Art History: Congeal