A comprehensive look at artist Andreas Gursky’s iconic images from the past four decades. From a conversation between Gursky and Jeff Wall about the sources for his photographic vision to essays by Ralph Rugoff, Gerald Schröder, and Brian Sholis about Gursky’s body of work, this book showcases the artist widely celebrated for his monumental and extraordinarily detailed photographs that portray emblematic scenes of the global economy and contemporary life. Some of the works included are Paris, Montparnasse (1993), 99 Cent (2001), and Chicago Board of Trade III (2009), in addition to new, previously unpublished photographs.
- 11 ½” x 10 ¼”
- 168 pages / 100 color