About the German photographer, Andreas GURSKY (b.1955, in Leipzig)

Andreas GURSKY studied with Michael SCHMIDT from 1978 to 1981. From 1985 he was a master student of Bernd BECHER and thus belongs to the group of Becher students for whom the term Düsseldorf Photo School was coined. He began his artistic work with small-format photographs, switched to large formats in the late 1980s and to electronic image processing in the early 1990s. In numerous photographs artificial effects based on montages.

Photo books on the work of Andreas GURSKY (a selection)

'Andreas Gursky' (2018); 'Andreas Gursky' (Katalog Burda 2015); 'Lanscapes 2015); 'Bangkok' (Katalog Kunstpalast 2012); 'Gursky. Werke / Works 80-08'; (2008); 'Architektur' (2008); 'Andreas Gursky' (Katalogband München 2007); 'Andreas Gursky' (Katalog Basel 2007)


Long time out-of-print catalog volume 'Aus der Distanz' features works by Bernd and Hilla BECHER as well as by Becher students Andreas GURSKY, Candida HÖFER, Axel HÜTTE, Thomas RUFF, Thomas STRUTH as well as Petra WUNDERLICH. And it contains two texts.
68,00 € *
With works by Bernd und Hilla BECHER, Andreas GURSKY, Thomas RUFF, August SANDER, Peter KEETMAN, MAN RAY, Robert FRANK, Stephen SHORE, William EGGLESTON and many more
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'Fotografien werden Bilder' contains works by 9 Becher class graduates Volker DÖHNE, Andreas GURSKY, Candida HÖFER, Alex HÜTTE, Tata RONKHOLZ, Thomas RUFF, Jörg SASSE, Thomas STRUTH and Petra WUNDERLICH, who have reformulated the perception of photography
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'Here We Are Today. Das Bild der Welt in Foto- & Videokunst' shows moving facets of our world. Factual-documentary, emotional, highly explosive - characteristic positions of the artistic examination of the central questions of globalized society are shown
39,90 € *
In 'Made Realities' Thomas DEMAND, Philip-Lorca DiCORCIA, Andreas GURSKY & Jeff WALL use the momentary nature of photography to create their views on reality, playing with the perception, irritating & inviting to an own interpretation of what is depicted.
24,90 €
The volume 'Through the Looking Brain' examines one of the best and most comprehensive collections in the field of conceptual, mainly serial photography. Their spectrum ranges from the 1970s to the present day and includes major works and central groups.
19,80 € * Weight 1.7 kg
Paperback with photo works by Andreas GURSKY, Candida HÖFER, Axel HÜTTE, Thomas RUFF und Thomas STRUTH
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Juxtaposing works by photographers Annie LEIBOWITZ, Gregory CREWDSON and Andreas GURSKY, critic Jörg Colberg examines in 'Photography's Neoliberal Realism' how these artists produce the capitalist equivalent to the socialist realism of the Soviet Union.
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The volume 'Die Konstitution der Dinge' by Eva Witzel is the first comprehensive examination of the phenomenon of abstraction in works by Andreas GURSKY. 'Abstract' stands for a thematic interpretation: a condensation of motifs referring to the universal.
34,80 € *
'Photographers A-Z' brings together photographers who have made a significant contribution to photographic culture, as well as the most important photographic volumes of the past century. The entries are illustrated with facsimiles from books & magazines.
from 16,00 €
With photo works by Andreas GURSKY, Ed RUSCHA and Thomas DEMAND - Gebundene Ausgabe ohne Schutzumschlag (wie erschienen), 30,5 x 24,5 x 2 cm., 119 S., 46 S/W & 39 Farb-Abb., 1.100 gr., deutsch-sprachiger Text - GERMAN TEXT ONLY!
98,00 € * Weight 1.1 kg
This long out-of-print monograph by Andreas GURSKY includes the artist's best-known works as well as new works unpublished until 2018. Essays provide new insights into key images - an indispensable survey of one of the world's most influential artists.
298,00 €
English Edition. In photo volume 'Bangkok' photographer Andreas GURSKY alludes to the ecological problems threatening Bangkok, which culminated in the widespread flooding that devastated large parts of Thailand shortly after these pictures were taken.
54,00 € Weight 0.644 kg
The selection of images made for this out-of-print catalog volume of the Andreas GURSKY exhibition in Baden-Baden focuses on the immanent moment for the construction and reconstruction of reality.
68,00 € Weight 1.173 kg
This catalog volume accompanied the first comprehensive presentation since 1998 in Germany and since his major solo exhibition in New York. It presents a picture series selected and compiled by Andreas GURSKY himself with the main works.
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With this monograph, 'Werke/Works. 80-08', an attempt has been made for the first time to fan out the oeuvre of Andreas GURSKY, who for many years has been one of the most important photographic artists in the world, in its entire encyclopedic breadth.
98,00 € Weight 1.386 kg
The illustrated book 'Photography Now: Fifty Pioneers Defining Photography for the Twenty-First Century' by Charlotte Jansen includes works by D'AGATA, CREWDSON, GOLDIN, McGINLEY, MEISELAS, PARR, RUFF, SHERMAN, SUGIMOTO, TELLER, TILLMANS, WALL and YOKOTA.
49,00 € * Weight 1.2 kg
Photo-text volume 'The Düsseldorf School of Photography' traces its ascendancy from the mid-1970s. Filled with superb reproductions of the artists' best-known pictures, this compendium offers the first encyclopaedic overview of this important movement.
0,00 € Weight 2.4 kg
The focus of the catalog illuminating the early phase of the BECHER school is on the mutual influences between the image concepts emerging in Düsseldorf and the innovations of the 'New-Color Photography' and the 'New Topographics' movement in the U.S..
198,00 € Weight 1.8 kg
How do digital photography & Photoshop influence architectural representation? This compendium 'Fiction & Fabrication' contains current architectural photographs - from fictional constructs to real buildings, some of which seem more fantastic than fiction
39,90 € *