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Andreas Gursky: Landscapes

Andreas Gursky: Landscapes

The Parrish Art Museum is a favorite gallery of mine. Located at Long Island’s East End, it takes inspiration from the natural surroundings and is hugely important within the area’s artistic community (drawn by the amazing quality of light) and beyond. I always look forward to their exhibitions through summer and was so pleased to discover they’re showing the German visual artist Andreas Gursky’s landscapes, opening early August. I’m a fan of Gursky’s work and have one of his large landscapes in my bedroom in Aspen—a snowscape that’s perfect for the setting. His beautifully detailed photographs cover everything from natural landscapes to grand urban settings and architecture, and he’s a master of further emphasizing color and scale through digital manipulation. If you’re in the area this summer, the exhibition and the impressive barn-like museum, designed by Herzog & de Meuron, should definitely be on your to-do list.

Andreas Gursky: Landscapes, Parrish Art Museum, August 2, 2015 until October 18, 2015

Cover image: Salerno I, 1990, c-print, 93 ¼ x 116 ¼ inches (236,8 x 295,2 cm)
© 2015 Andreas Gursky / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn
Courtesy Gagosian Gallery

Andreas Gursky, Tour de France, 2007, c-print, 121 x 86 ¼ inches (307 x 218,9 cm)
© 2015 Andreas Gursky / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst,
Bonn 
Courtesy Gagosian Gallery

Andreas Gursky, Bangkok IX, 2011, c-print, 121 x 87 inches (307 x 221 cm)
© 2015 Andreas Gursky / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst,
Bonn Courtesy Gagosian Gallery

 

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