Thomas Struth Nature & Politics
Nature & Politics
This catalogue accompanies a museum exhibition of the latest work of German artist, Thomas Struth. The touring show focuses on photographs Struth has made since his last major retrospective, which covered the years 1978–2010. The catalogue comprises 65 works (plus details) and includes all of the 30 works in the exhibition to create the most comprehensive book of Struth’s recent work.
Thomas Struth is renowned for his practice of creating singular images, each within strictly segregated subject fields: architecture, portraiture, landscape and, most recently, sites of technological and scientific research. Nature & Politics explores in depth diverse strands of Struth’s enquiry, whilst also elaborating the interstices between them, to present the most significant current monograph of the artist’s work.
Texts by Tobia Bezzola, Dirk Baecker and D. Graham Burnett
Published by MACK Books, London, 2016
Paperback book with 4 color printed acetate jacket, numerous gatefolds and 8 Japanese papers
214 pages, 95 color plates
9 1/2 x 13 3/4 in. (24 x 35 cm)