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**Andreas Gursky**

Andreas Gursky

Museum Küppersmühle
Duisburg, Germany

upcoming exhibition
09.09.2021 bis 30.01.2022

The Ruhr region often served Andreas Gursky as the setting for his early works during his studies at the Düsseldorf Academy with Bernd and Hilla Becher. The titles of these works bear witness to his forays into the surrounding area: ‘Ruhrtal', 'Mühlheim a.d. Ruhr, Angler', 'Krefeld, Hühner', 'Duisburg, Brücke', 'Ratingen, Schwimmbad, to name but a few examples. A selection of these early small-format works from the Ruhr region now welcome visitors to Duisburg and introduce them to the world of Andreas Gursky, which unfolds fully in the following rooms through his well-known large formats.

Image: Andreas Gursky, Pförtner, Spaeter, Duisburg, 1982

06.07.2021
Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig

current exhibition: Andreas Gursky
25.03. – 22.08.2021

The MdbK will reopen on May 21, 2021. You can reserve a time slot here.

Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig

In 2021, the MdbK is showing the first institutional solo exhibition of Andreas Gursky in his native city of Leipzig.

Image: Andreas Gursky, Bauhaus, 2020

23.04.2021

TV culture magazine titel, thesen, temperamente with a 6:18 minutes video, including interview parts, on Andreas Gursky’s major exhibition in Leipzig. The feature was aired on 18 April on German public tv station ARD (in German).

19.04.2021

Boris Pofalla

Ostverwandte
article in: Welt am Sonntag, No. 11, 14.03.2021, p. 47.

Photo: Alexander Romey

15.03.2021

14.12.2020

heartwork
The art auction in aid of people with HIV and AIDS.

Online-Live-Auktion

26.11.2020

John Quin

Do Or DIY: Andreas Gursky’s First New Body Of Work In 3 Years
The Quientus, Online, 10 Oct. 2020.

22.10.2020

Andreas Gursky, Sprüth Magers Gallery, Berlin, Germany
12.09.2020 - 14.11.2020

Klick here for further Exhibition Views

21.10.2020
Andreas Gursky. Space is Time

Sprüth Magers – Online Exhibition

Andreas Gursky. Space is Time

The online exhibition Space is Time looks back through Andreas Gursky’s oeuvre, from Paris, Montparnasse (1993) to Tokyo (2017) to his most recent body of work, surveying Gursky’s relationship to the art of cinema, the power of photography to suspend or expand time, and the effect of smartphones on “the way we see.”

10.09.2020
**»Andreas Gursky«**

Sprüth Magers Berlin
upcoming exhibition
12.09.–14.11.2020

»Andreas Gursky«

19.05.2020