Do Or DIY: Andreas Gursky’s First New Body Of Work In 3 Years
The Quientus, Online, 10 Oct. 2020.
Andreas Gursky, Sprüth Magers Gallery, Berlin, Germany
12.09.2020 - 14.11.2020
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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.”
Website of the German Institute of Photography
Concept for the foundation of a German Institute of Photography / Deutsches Fotoinstitut DFI in Düsseldorf
Photo: Hans-Jürgen Bauer (hjba)
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Amorepacific Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea
Due to the current situation the exhibition has to be postponed until further notice.
Unveiling of the new portrait of designer Sir Jonathan Ive at the National Portrait Gallery
This new portrait of Sir Jonathan Ive has been unveiled at the National Portrait Gallery. The portrait was photographed in March 2019 and it is as much about this visionary designer as it is about Apple and its new headquarter at Apple Park, California.
Find Jonathan Ive’s portrait on display in Room 32.
Evening Standard online
4 October 2019
by Robert Dex
7 October 2019
by Olivia Singer
Andreas Gursky and Jonathan Ive at National Portrait Gallery unveiling of new portrait commission, photo by Darren Gerrish.
curated by Ute Eskildsen
fotografia 6: Michael Schmidt - Andreas Gursky
Gallery of the German Academy Rome Villa Massimo
Großer Kulturpreis der Sparkassen-Kulturstiftung Rheinland
Andreas Gursky was awarded the Große Kulturpreis der Sparkassen-Kulturstiftung Rheinland on November 26th 2018. The Promotion Prize was given to the young artist Camillo Grewe on Gursky's proposal. You can find further details and a press release (German) here.
Left to right: Mayor Marcel Philipp, Prof. Dr. Susanne Gaensheimer, Dorothée Coßmann, Camillo Grewe, Andreas Gursky, Prime Minister Armin Laschet, Alexander Wüerst.
Photo: Oliver Eltinger, Dusseldorf