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Andreas Gursky Space is Time online now

Andreas Gursky Space is Time online now

The online exhibition Space is Time looks back through Andreas Gursky’s oeuvre, from Paris, Montparnasse (1993) to Tokyo (2017) to his most recent body of work, surveying Gursky’s relationship to the art of cinema, the power of photography to suspend or expand time, and the effect of smartphones on “the way we see.”

“In a way, the reading of the pictures is the same. Even if it’s a really big picture, if you want to get the details, you have to approach the picture and you read the picture line by line, and the same if you read a very tiny picture. For in a way, the tiny picture could be a detail of the big picture, no?”

– Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky Space is Time Now – 1st November 2020 Online at spruethmagers.com

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