Thomas Struth at The Whitechapel
The show at the Whitechapel at the moment has “life-sized images of tourists enraptured by art, intimate family portraits, epic panoramas of colossal technology projects and quiet pictures of empty streets, are all in the first UK survey of German artist Thomas Struth”, as written in the description on the gallery site.
I was lucky enough to go to the opening of the work and spent a long time with the work, looking at each image but also in the way that they were presented and it really is an exhibition that offers something for everyone. (The image above turning the visitors to the gallery into the artwork.) Stunning work. It’s on until mid-September so if you are in London it’s worth checking out the gallery – and also, I hadn’t realised but they also had some Fred Sandback pieces there at the time – which was a total bonus.
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