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The very first image of the true pole (...) (2010)

 
  The very first image of the true pole. After Cook 1908, Peary 1909, Amundsen 1911, Byrd 1926 and Amundsen 1926  (2010) Five photo reproductions from photographical images traced back as far as possible to their originals, printed in their original negatives' size Archival prints, b&w inkjet on baryta

The very first image of the true pole. After Cook 1908, Peary 1909, Amundsen 1911, Byrd 1926 and Amundsen 1926 (2010)
Five photo reproductions from photographical images traced back as far as possible to their originals, printed in their original negatives' size
Archival prints, b&w inkjet on baryta

 Installation view at  BGO1,  KODE - Art Museums and Composer Homes 2010

Installation view at BGO1, KODE - Art Museums and Composer Homes 2010

  After Cook 1908  [Two members of Frederick Cook's expedition, with U.S. flag stuck in igloo, at expedition site, North Pole] ([1908], c1909)  After a digital image by Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division (Washington March 28th 2001),  after a 1909 gelatine silver print (1909) in the collection of Library of Congress

After Cook 1908
[Two members of Frederick Cook's expedition, with U.S. flag stuck in igloo, at expedition site, North Pole] ([1908], c1909)

After a digital image by Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division (Washington March 28th 2001), 
after a 1909 gelatine silver print (1909) in the collection of Library of Congress

  After Peary 1909   The five flags at the Pole ([1909], c1910)   After a photomechanical halftone print,  The North Pole  by Robert E. Peary (London: Hodder & Stoughton 1910)

After Peary 1909
The five flags at the Pole ([1909], c1910)

After a photomechanical halftone print, The North Pole by Robert E. Peary (London: Hodder & Stoughton 1910)

  After   Amundsen 1911   The successful explorers at the South Pole, 14th December 1911, by Olav Bjaaland (1911)   After a digital image by National Library of Australia,  after a silver gelatine fibre based original print in the portfolio  Tasmanian Views  by the photo assistant Edward William Searle (Tasmania 1912) in the collection of National Library of Australia.

After Amundsen 1911
The successful explorers at the South Pole, 14th December 1911, by Olav Bjaaland (1911)

After a digital image by National Library of Australia, 
after a silver gelatine fibre based original print in the portfolio Tasmanian Views by the photo assistant Edward William Searle (Tasmania 1912) in the collection of National Library of Australia.

  After Byrd 1926  [Aerial photograph of the North Pole taken from Byrd's airplane May 9th 1926] [1926]  After a digital image found on google.com (spring 2010, but later not retrieved), what probably is a 35 mm film still

After Byrd 1926
[Aerial photograph of the North Pole taken from Byrd's airplane May 9th 1926] [1926]

After a digital image found on google.com (spring 2010, but later not retrieved), what probably is a 35 mm film still

  After Amudsen 1926  [View from “Norway” down on the ice over the North Pole (the geographical North Pole). The three flags have been dropped from the airship and can be seen down at the ice] (May 12th 1926) (c1926)  After a digital image by The National Library of Norway,  after a silver gelatine fibre based original print in the collection of The National Library of Norway

After Amudsen 1926
[View from “Norway” down on the ice over the North Pole (the geographical North Pole). The three flags have been dropped from the airship and can be seen down at the ice] (May 12th 1926) (c1926)

After a digital image by The National Library of Norway, 
after a silver gelatine fibre based original print in the collection of The National Library of Norway

The very first image of the true pole