Bernhard Bürgi, Kunsthalle Zürich (Hrsg.): Wolfgang Tillmans (1995)

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Black & White, Contemporary, Photobook
 
This publication is a reprint of the first book realized by Wolfgang Tillmans for his first exhibition at Kunsthalle Zürich in 1995.

 
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© 1995 Wolfgang Tillmans, Kunsthalle Zürich

Wolfgang Tillmans 1995-002

© 1995 Wolfgang Tillmans, Kunsthalle Zürich

Wolfgang Tillmans 1995-004

© 1995 Wolfgang Tillmans, Kunsthalle Zürich

Wolfgang Tillmans 1995-003

© 1995 Wolfgang Tillmans, Kunsthalle Zürich

Wolfgang Tillmans 1995-006

© 1995 Wolfgang Tillmans, Kunsthalle Zürich


 

” A very atmospheric, if measured, compilation of black and white images, it combines portraits of youth culture with landscape, city scenes with slogans, clippings from newspapers, and book illustrations. Released now into a different context from its first appearance, the book is emblematic of the new approach and the energy Tillmans has developed since the end of the 1980s to the present in terms of genres, quality, and the status of photography as a medium.” (http://kunsthallezurich.ch/en/publications/wolfgang-tillmans)

 

Wolfgang Tillmans 1995-005

© 1995 Wolfgang Tillmans, Kunsthalle Zürich

Wolfgang Tillmans 1995-007

© 1995 Wolfgang Tillmans, Kunsthalle Zürich

Wolfgang Tillmans 1995-008

© 1995 Wolfgang Tillmans, Kunsthalle Zürich

Wolfgang Tillmans 1995-010

© 1995 Wolfgang Tillmans, Kunsthalle Zürich

Wolfgang Tillmans 1995-009

© 1995 Wolfgang Tillmans, Kunsthalle Zürich


 
Please note: All images and texts are protected by Copyright and belong to the Artist.
 
Artist: http://tillmans.co.uk/
 
Publisher: http://kunsthallezurich.ch/de/publications/wolfgang-tillmans
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