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Andreas Gursky, Candida Hofer, Axel Hutte, Thomas Ruff, Thomas Struth, presents a selection of works produced by the outstanding artits from the early Eighties to nowadays. The theme of the city becomes the common denominator in the exhibition, with images like Dresden by Andreas Gursky, Cerro Moro Solar, Lima, Peru, by Thomas Struth or the great and...
Andreas Gursky, Candida Hofer, Axel Hutte, Thomas Ruff, Thomas Struth, presents a selection of works produced by the outstanding artits from the early Eighties to nowadays. The theme of the city becomes the common denominator in the exhibition, with images like Dresden by Andreas Gursky, Cerro Moro Solar, Lima, Peru, by Thomas Struth or the great and intimate Buenos Aires' photographs by Candida Hofer. The catalogue gives an intense remark on the developments of the contemporary city through the reproductions of the artworks, which create an intense dialogue with the essays selected for the occasion. Ludovico Pratesi, curator of the exhibition, and Paolo Perulli explain the complexity of the city life; the texts by Armin Zweite and Valeria Gonzalez depict the path of the artists during their years in the Dusseldorf School, their work with the teachers, Bernd and Hilla Becher, and the contribution of their works in the international art context. The Spanish and English editions, are enhanced with special sections dedicated to each one of the artists, including unpublished interviews and biographies that exemplify the diversity, contradictions and complexity of contemporary urban life. This catalogue is intended as a fundamental piece for the understanding of contemporary art and its reflections in the present context.
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