Thomas Struth

Dahlie N° 21, Winterthur, 1992

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Lot 12
Chromogenic print
58.0 x 46.0 cm (22.8 x 18.1 in)
5 of 10


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About Thomas Struth

Thomas Struth (b. born 1954, Geldern, Germany) is a German artist who lives and works in Düsseldorf. He started his career by taking very symmetrical and simple compositions, preferring the greyish light of early morning. He then turned his attention to his most well known series, Museum Photographs, which concentrate on visitors attending some of the world’s greatest museums, such as the Louvre, Paris and the Pantheon, Rome. His photography then led him to record the inside of industrial and scientific research spaces, such as pharmaceutical plants and space stations. In 2011, he was commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery to photograph a double portrait of Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh. Struth is now one of Germany’s most widely exhibited and collected artists.