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Wolfgang Tillmans, Iguazu 2010, © Wolfgang Tillmans, Tate Modern Archive

PHOTO:Wolfgang Tillmans-2017

Wolfgang Tillmans has earned recognition as one of the most exciting and innovative artists working today. First rising to prominence in the …

Francesco Jodice

PHOTO:Francesco Jodice-Panorama

Francesco Jodice graduated as an architect and began his artistic activity in 1995. From his very first works, undertaken in a specifically …

Cindy Sherman, Untitled #582, 2016, Dye sublimation metal print, 137.2 x 178.4 cm, © Cindy Sherman, Courtesy of the artist, Metro Pictures and Sprüth Magers

PHOTO:Cindy Sherman

Her long career in photography has established Cindy Sherman as one of the most influential figures in contemporary art. At first painting …

Donald Judd, Studies of Colonial Architectural Fragments and Stepped Circle, Baja California, Mexico and 2 Views from train en route from New York to Marfa, Texas, 1965-67, Metropolitan Museum of Art Collection, Purchase, The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Gift, through Joyce and Robert Menschel – 2001, © Donald Judd Estate/Foundation, Metropolitan Museum of Art Archive

PHOTO:The Poetics of Place, Part II

Metropolitan Museum of Art began collecting photographs in 1928, when Alfred Stieglitz made the first of several important gifts to the Museum. …

Naoki Ishikawa Capturing the Map of Light on This Planet

PHOTO:Naoki Ishikawa

Since his late teens, Naoki Ishikawa has been travelling to the earth’s far corners and has scaled the highest peaks on all …

Hiroshi Sugimoto, Hyena-Jackal-Vulture, 1976, © Hiroshi Sugimoto, Foam Archive

PHOTO:Hiroshi Sugimoto-Black Box

Hiroshi Sugimoto has defined what it means to be a multi-disciplined contemporary artist, blurring the lines between photography, painting, installation, and most …

Michael Kenna, Pine Trees at Dusk-Contrada Cordano-Abruzzo-Italy, 2016, © Michael Kenna, Courtesy Robert Mann Gallery-New York

PHOTO:Michael Kenna

Michael Kenna is one of the most influential landscape photographers of his generation, best known for his black & white landscapes. Often …

The Poetics of Place, Met Collection

PHOTO:The Poetics of Place, Part I

Metropolitan Museum of Art began collecting photographs in 1928, when Alfred Stieglitz made the first of several important gifts to the Museum. …

Thomas Ruff, Substrat 31 III, 2007, © Thomas Ruff / VG Bild-Kunst Bonn 2016, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art Kanazawa Archive

PHOTO:Thomas Ruff

Thomas Ruff has fundamentally changed our relationship to the photographic image, moving it beyond reactionary ideas of documentation and supposed “truth” towards …

Candida Höfer Nach Berlin

PHOTO:Candida Höfer-Nach Berlin

For the presentation of her work Candida Höfer not only uses traditional photography in various sizes adjusted to the demands of composition, …

Thomas Ruff, press++65.11, 2016, Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner New York/London

PHOTO:Thomas Ruff-New Works

In his approach to photography, Thomas Ruff explores a breadth of themes that is reflected in the range of techniques he employs: …

Seydou Keïta, Untitled, (MA.KE.128 BOX-NEG.00854), 1953-57, ©Seydou Keïta/SKPEAC, Courtesy CAAC – The Pigozzi Collection & Galerie Nathalie Obadia Paris/Bruxelles

PHOTO:Seydou Keïta

Seydou Keïta is now considered one of the greatest photographers of the 2nd half of the 20th Century. Showing off his subjects …