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Thomas Struth: 1977-2002 [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Douglas Eklund , Ann Goldstein , Maria Morris Hambourg


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Mai 2002
Coming to prominence in his native Germany in the 1970s, photographer Thomas Struth captured the atmospheric power of the contemporary urban landscape in his early black-and-white works. With an intent gaze and exacting lens, Struth expanded his range to include colour portraits, bringing a unique psychological precision to the tradition of portraiture. Perhaps Struth's best-known works are his majestic, large-scaled museum photographs depicting visitors to some of the world's great museums and buildings, including The Art Institute of Chicago, the Musee du Louvre in Paris, the Accademia in Venice, and the Pantheon in Rome. These captivating photographs not only transport us to the place depicted, they also provide a chance to re-examine our own selves looking at art. Continuing his interest in series, Struth has created expansive works based on the natural world, often training his camera on a particular contemporary melding of nature with technology and architecture. This volume presents an exploration of the photographs of Thomas Struth and accompanies a major retrospective exhibition organized by the Dallas Museum of Art. It features essays by well-known photography and art experts who chronicle Struth's career and situate his work in the context of the history of photography and its rise in contemporary art.

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Coming to prominence in his native Germany in the 1970s, photographer Thomas Struth captured the atmospheric power of the contemporary urban landscape in his early black-and-white works. With an intent gaze and exacting lens, Struth expanded his range to include colour portraits, bringing a unique psychological precision to the tradition of portraiture. Perhaps Struth's best-known works are his majestic, large-scaled museum photographs depicting visitors to some of the world's great museums and buildings, including The Art Institute of Chicago, the Musee du Louvre in Paris, the Accademia in Venice, and the Pantheon in Rome. These captivating photographs not only transport us to the place depicted, they also provide a chance to re-examine our own selves looking at art. Continuing his interest in series, Struth has created expansive works based on the natural world, often training his camera on a particular contemporary melding of nature with technology and architecture. This volume presents an exploration of the photographs of Thomas Struth and accompanies a major retrospective exhibition organized by the Dallas Museum of Art.

It features essays by well-known photography and art experts who chronicle Struth's career and situate his work in the context of the history of photography and its rise in contemporary art.

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Douglas Ecklund is Research Associate, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Ann Goldstein is Senior Curator, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Maria Morris Hambourg is Curator in Charge, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Charles Wylie is The Lupe Murchison Curator of Contemporary Art, Dallas Museum of Art.

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3.0 von 5 Sternen Not the best layout. 10. April 2013
Von Abysis212 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
Having really enjoyed the "Paradise" series I had previously seen from Stuth I sought this book out. Personally, while I think he is a great photographer, I think this book fails to really organize and present his work in a coherent way. Black and white photos from his early work are mixed in with newer color work. There is no consistent size to the way the photos are presented. Some take up the full page and other are printed very small. One photo, which is printed 75 inches wide in real life according to the index, here is represented as only 5-6 inches wide even though the book is somewhere around 13 inches wide and the editors could have printed it much larger. To me I would like one single size for all the images with a decent but not overly large white border for each, no double page spreads, and the images to be divided into series that show coherent bodies of work and his progression as a photographer. Instead of "Thomas Struth: 1977 - 2002" this book would be more aptly titled "Thomas Struth: a hodge podge." 3.5 stars.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen a great review of his work 12. September 2004
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Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
I really enjoy this book. It gives you a global point of view on the author resume.

the selection is excellent, and the print too.

If you love his work, you'll love this book.

thanks Thomas!
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