The Hayward Gallery's first exhibition after their big refit will be a retrospective of the work of German photographer Andreas Gursky -- one of the most important photographers of our time.
Gurksy is best-known for his large-scale pictures of emblematic sites, or scenes of contemporary life. But his photographs are not just depictions of places or situations... they explore the nature of image-making and the limits of human perception.
The exhibition will feature around 60 of his photographs from the early 1980s to the present day, including some of his most iconic pictures: Paris Montparnasse, and Rhine II.
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Craig’s review – “The Hayward Gallery doesn't have a permanent art collection. What they do is devote the entire space to a single theme, or a single artist, and then swap it over for something else every few months. So whatever exhibition I describe to you now will have disappeared by the time that you arrive. But seeing as they only ever show stuff by contemporary artists whatever yo… continued”
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