Andreas Gursky, Nha Trang, 2004 (Credit: Credit: Andreas Gursky/VG Bild-Kunst/Sprüth Magers)

Andreas Gursky: The bigger the better?

Andreas Gursky, Nha Trang, 2004 (Credit: Credit: Andreas Gursky/VG Bild-Kunst/Sprüth Magers)

valentineuhovski:  Andreas Gursky, Remini, (2003).  Photo via Phillips de Pury & Company.

phillipsdepury: ANDREAS GURSKY Rimini, 2003 colour coupler print mounted on Plexiglas in artist’s frame

Andreas Gursky. This image captures the amount of people that work in factories even though you dont see them. There is vivid pink throughout this picture

The Photography of Andreas Gursky

Edward Burtynsky, Manufacturing Deda Chicken Processing Plant, Dehui City, Jilin Province , 2005 Lets start a conversation abou.


Andreas Gursky

Photograph of industrious workers weaving cane in a furniture factory in Nha Trang, Vietnam, shot by Andreas Gursky. The photographer’s Rhein II recently sold for making it the most expensive photograph ever auctioned

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【その発想はなかったわ】確かに国によってはこういう風景になるよな… 写真史上最高金額を更新した作品たち

i think it stands out because it being bent and it you look closely out find out their is nothing on it

andreas gursky-shanghai

photo by Andreas Gursky. "Noticing change is the key" (Federman, 2004). It is sometimes unclear what the true content of a media is displaying. This photo is an example of scale, pattern and perspective. From my cultural background I may interpret the black lines as roads, however when you look deeper that interpretation cannot be true based on the direction and scale. It urges a deeper analysis of the image and the cultural contexts at play. Source: Pinterest

The Best of Culture in Bahrain

Andreas Gursky - Bahrain I, Chromogenic colour print. From the the Museum of Modern Art, NYC: “ Gursky is from a generation of photographers who came to prominence in the and by.

Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky の写真。参照元サイトがなくてどこの建物か分からない。どこだろう気になる。

Blue building by Pilar Almagro Paz (looks like a horizontally compressed exterior of a Hong Kong building)

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Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky Bahrain I 2005 Photograph, colour, on paper Support: 2800 x 1975 mm