Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky, 99 Cent II Diptychon, 2001

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Andreas Gursky, 99 Cent II Diptychon, 2001

Windows & Air Conditioning

Windows & Air Conditioning

Andreas Gursky. This image captures the amount of people that work in factories even though you dont see them. There is vivid pink throughout this picture

The Photography of Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky. This image captures the amount of people that work in factories even though you dont see them. There is vivid pink throughout this picture

this picture is very nice because it has a lot of colours and instead of one part of the picture standing out the whole thing stands out

this picture is very nice because it has a lot of colours and instead of one part of the picture standing out the whole thing stands out

Rhein II. Photo by German artist Andreas Gursky. Sold for $4.3 million. Most expensive photograph ever sold. (Ridiculous!... and it's Photoshopped!)

Rhein II. Photo by German artist Andreas Gursky. Sold for $4.3 million. Most expensive photograph ever sold. (Ridiculous!... and it's Photoshopped!)

phillipsdepury:  ANDREAS GURSKY | Rimini, 2003 | colour coupler print mounted on Plexiglas in artist’s frame

phillipsdepury: ANDREAS GURSKY | Rimini, 2003 | colour coupler print mounted on Plexiglas in artist’s frame

photo by Andreas Gursky. "Noticing change is the key" (Federman, 2004). It is sometimes unclear what the true content of a media is displaying. This photo is an example of scale, pattern and perspective. From my cultural background I may interpret the black lines as roads, however when you look deeper that interpretation cannot be true based on the direction and scale. It urges a deeper analysis of the image and the cultural contexts at play. Source: Pinterest

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photo by Andreas Gursky. "Noticing change is the key" (Federman, 2004). It is sometimes unclear what the true content of a media is displaying. This photo is an example of scale, pattern and perspective. From my cultural background I may interpret the black lines as roads, however when you look deeper that interpretation cannot be true based on the direction and scale. It urges a deeper analysis of the image and the cultural contexts at play. Source: Pinterest

Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky

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