Wolfgang Tillmans


Wolfgang Tillmans (b. 1968) is one of the most revered and collected artists working with photography, but regularly subverting its parameters. 

Tillmans is a worthy successor to Nan Goldin. His images, often more abstract, informal, or elusive than Goldin's, similarly depict, albeit indirectly, his experiences and encounters. 

Tillmans won the Turner Prize in 2000 and was one of the most provocative and contested recipients in its history. Not only was he the first photographer to win the prestigious prize, but was also the first born outside of the U.K. 

His body of work is vast and has no allegiance to genres, schools, or production specifications. Tillmans has worked in fashion photography, portraiture, still life, collage, and installation.

Some of his earliest exhibitions included covering gallery walls with a broad range of images in assorted formats; oversized C-prints, color photocopies, magazine tear-outs, etc. This diversity of medium and planned informality predicts many of the art-world trends that would manifest almost a decade later. 

Today examples of his work can be found in institutions around the world including the Centre Pompidou (Paris), the Guggenheim (NYC), the MoMA (NYC) and the Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam), and the MOCA (Los Angeles) to mention a few. 

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Signed and numbered by the artist


From an edition of 100


19"H 13"W 


Very good condition.

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