Guggenheim Museum Bilbao currently presents a major exhibition of works by Thomas Struth (b. 1954), continuing until January 19, 2020. The selection, which spans more than four decades of the German photographer’s career, provides a comprehensive insight into the fundamental themes of his oeuvre – such as the instability of social structures, the unifying momentum of family ties, the significance of nature and culture, and the limits and possibilities of new technologies.
The showcase offers a journey through the many phases of the photographer’s career, and highlights the social concerns that have driven the evolution of his influential art. Comprised of more than 130 works, the exhibition (which premiered at Munich’s Haus der Kunst) is the largest survey of the artist’s oeuvre to date. In addition to works from well-known series such as Unconscious Places, Family Portraits and New Pictures from Paradise, the selection also includes early, previously unpublished works, as well as research material from the artist’s archive.
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