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Andreas Gursky


Carlos Pazos, Milonga, 1980, hand-coloured photograph with collage and fluorescent light, 1.1 × 1 m. Courtesy: © Carlos Pazos, A+V Agencia de Creadores Visuales, 2019

 

As an exhibition of works selected by the Spanish author opens in London, he discusses realism, ambiguity and why he doesn’t want to be a ‘curator’

By Amy Sherlock
Andreas Gursky, Paris, Montparnasse, 1993, photograph. Courtesy: Tate, London, 2018

London

4 Oct
3 Mar

Rome

14 Dec
3 Mar

Reopening after a two-year hiatus, London’s brutalist landmark is more than a match for the photographer’s blockbuster capitalist realism

By En Liang Khong

London

25 Jan
22 Apr

In Thomas Ruff’s retrospective at London’s Whitechapel Gallery, raw scientific information becomes aesthetic expression

By Laurie Taylor
The extension to the Julia Stoschek Foundation, Düsseldorf, designed by architects Kuehn Malvezzi, 2007 (courtesy: Julia Stoschek Collection, Düsseldorf; photograph: Ulrich Schwarz)

The glamour days of the 1970s and ’80s Dusseldorf art scene are long since over.

By Timotheus Vermeulen