From the publisher:
“From the portraits that made him famous, through the still lives and landscapes (undermining the genres with every shot), this book is high colour, dirty realist heaven. Finding the still point in the information overload, the sexuality in the machine, and the image in the image saturation, Tillmans gives us the brief epiphanies we might just remember as our own.
"Every shot is classically composed, it's just the subjects that are so Now.”
Wolfgang Tillmans is a versatile photo-journalist who found himself in art, a career perfectly illustrated in this self-titled book of photographs.
height 29.9cm | width 22.6cm | 220 pages | softcover
German photo-journalist artist Wolfgang Tillmans (b. 1968) is an Artist Trustee of the Tate Board and runs a nonprofit gallery for new or glossed-over artists of note at his studio in London.