Andreas Gursky, 20 October 2007 - 24 February 2008
Born in Leipzig in 1955, Andreas Gursky now lives in Düsseldorf and is widely regarded as one of the world's foremost contemporary photographers. Among the hallmarks of his work are his use of colour, the widespread deployment of digital image processing, and his super-size formats.
In concentrated form this exhibition presents some 25 works by the artist, many of them created during 2007. They include new motifs within the familiar thematic spectrum of the photographer's work over latter years, such as a stock exchange trading floor in Kuwait and the interior of a Frankfurt nightclub. The exhibition also includes photographs from his recent series 'Pyongyang' and 'F1 Pit Stop'.
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