Wolfgang Tillmans. 2004 reprint. Large format paperback in fine condition. No markings to book. Slight scuffing to dust jacket (in near fine condition), now in removable protective sleeve. Please see pictures. PayPal accepted, any questions please get in touch.
About Wolfgang Tillmans (Phaidon 2004 reprint)
Tillmans became known in the early 1990s for his photographs of young people in their social environments: clubs, Gay Pride parades, house parties. His style is enigmatic, sexy and highly innovative. He invents new icons of beauty and style for millions of young readers internationally. Images such as Lutz and Alex Sitting in the Trees (1992) – a couple perched in a tree, naked save for their incongruous raincoats – are emblems of his generation. His subjects are self-stylized and do not conform to standard notions of attractiveness and chic. Yet, their personalities and youth make them irresistibly seductive. Tillmans’ style is often imitated, yet he remains the master of the photographic style he created.
Alongside portraits, Tillmans has expanded his subject matter to include architecture, landscape and still life, and has produced installations reminscent of the collage techniques of the 1960s Conceptual artists. From lifestyle magazine spreads Tillmans has moved to room-sized installations: for example, his series of distant views of Concorde flying overhead (Concorde, 1997) as well as a series of found photographs of soldiers from newspapers (Soldiers – The Nineties, 1999). In such installations of unframed photos stuck to the wall with tape, he references his own non-art origins and his continuing goal of breaking down the old-fashioned divisions between art, fashion and photography.
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