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Thomas Struth´s work shows us highly complex equipment, structures and constructions. His pictures illustrate human attempts to beat natural reality by means of artificial worlds. They raise the question of how power and lust for power are articulated in objects to gain political advantage. His images address the creation, interpretation and reinterpretation of reality, of memories and experiences.

Thomas Struth (born 1954) is one of the contemporary artists who have moved the medium photography to a new intensity. He studied at the Dusseldorf Art Academy, first painting with Gerhard Richter, and then photography with Bernd and Hilla Becher.

Berliner Festspiele / Martin-Gropius-Bau.
Magazines
The Other Side
France 1661
Spatial Objects
Hello Winter
Silent Geography
Ankara: From pioneering modernism to revivalist mimicry
UN_NATURAL BESTIARY
ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN
Behind the walls
Lo Zuavo Scomparso
Roberto Burle Marx: Landscaping Brazil
Technological Exaptation
Parisian Still Lifes
Le Corbusier: Original Interiors
Volkswagen Jetta
Inside is Out - Outside is In
Aeronauts
Ramona Rosales Portraits
Brett Baguette
B3 / Wassily
Memory & Form
Low Tech
BRANCHES & TREES
Naturoscopie
White Rooms
Dominik Tarabanski
New York by Louis Faurer
Nordic Seating
Sweet bubbles
The Long River
Things As They Are
Tensegrity
It Must Be Beautiful
Seventies Portraits
Time Bandits
Simon Vahala ....things that simply just happen
André Kertész
Muhamma
Hotel Metropole
The ghost of Vasco Da Gama
21 Stories
Thai Culinarium
Cope: Product
Cope: Architecture
Parc de la Villette, Paris
Seen and remembered
Ladies in Living Rooms
Postcards from Miami
Brasilia, Brazil
Handmade Cafe
The medium is the message
Deutschland
Supercenter disruptions
The apartment of Pierre Charpin
Ghost: Kader Attia and Ventimiglia
Visual
Jeremy Toth
Hiroyuki Tanaka
Designing a 56 sqm bistro in Tokyo
Samuel Bradley Photography
related projects
Wayne Sorce: Urban Color
The wall
Swiernalis
Glowscape
American Food
A Flat Named Desire
“I perhaps owe it to flowers that I became a painter.”
Franz De Lacroix
Carlo Scarpa: Sketch and Work
In Infinity
E=C=L=I=P=S=E
In Orbit
Obsolete Distinction
L’ITALIA CI GUARDIA
Design & Politics
Julius Shulman: Visual Drama
Memories of Ruins: Rebecca Bathory
Toshio Onda
BASILE ARTECO "Ferro/D" design Enzo Mari
BASILE ARTECO "Ferro/A" design Enzo Mari
BASILE ARTECO "Monoblocco/L" design Donata Paruccini
Rayan Ayash
Amor Vacui
Palmyra, End of March, 2016
Carreaux
The end of history - La fin de l´histoire
Blast
Man. Kiki. Lee.
Conformity
Uncanny Bodies
Trees in Winter
Manufactured Landscapes
Observatoires
Nauru
SCHNAPPVIECHER
Serge Mouille
The contemporary condition
Orange mecanique
"I’m an outsider"
Eleni Karpatsi & Julio Calvo = (fos)
Spacecraft
Josef Sudek
Mirrors
Charles Negre
Domestique
constructing meaning in 3 steps
ice
Iraq