With the launch of CAM's new website, we have included an exhibition archive, documenting as many of CAM/CAGHM’s past exhibitions as we can. This archive is still in development, and will grow over the coming months.
As a museum and gallery, we have a responsibility to collect and share stories reflecting the world outside CAM, but it is also important for us to reflect on our institutional history. CAM's exhibition history is a narrative within itself, reflecting changing social tastes, beliefs and values. The temporary nature of exhibitions also means that the dense curatorial content of exhibitions can be lost in the folds of time. You can explore our past exhibitions here. If you have further content, installation photographs, or stories to add to any exhibitions, please get in touch.
To launch this exhibition archive, local writer and performer Wahibe Moussa reflects on an exhibition from CAM’s recent past - The Unquiet Landscape (11 October 2019-11 October 2019); an exhibition that refuses to be forgotten.