This catalog extensively and lavishly surveys the work of photographeracademic Thomas Freiler, whose inventive and unorthodox work grows out of Kandinsky and van Doesburg’s concept of “concrete art.
What do Martin Kippenberger, Mike Kelley, Paul McCarthy, John Baldessari, Wolfgang Tillmans, Isabella Rossellini, Larry Clark and Ennio Morricone have in common? They have all been candidly captured by the lens of Albrecht Fuchs.
The centerpiece of this impressive collection of Albrecht Fuchs photographs (nominated for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2008) is Fuchs’ photos of the controversial conceptual artist Martin Kippenberger, whose untimely death in 1997 cemented his reputation as the enfant terrible of contemporary German art.
Mémoires 1984 – 1987
Japanese photographer Seiichi Furuya’s best-known works have been his heart-rending exploration of his relationship with his wife, Christine, who after years of battling mental illness, leapt from their ninth-floor apartment in 1985, leaving him and their child.