In Focus: Thomas Struth | Marian Goodman Gallery

Thomas Struth at the Hilti Art Foundation in Vaduz, Liechtenstein in 2019. Image © Drako Todorovic.
Thomas Struth at the Hilti Art Foundation in Vaduz, Liechtenstein in 2019. Image © Drako Todorovic.

Marian Goodman Gallery is pleased to continue our artist-centric newsletter IN FOCUS, where we take the time to delve deeply into one artist on the MGG roster at a time. Aiming to show a fuller picture of the breadth of our artists’ careers, we will feature our favorite stories, podcasts, interviews, artists’ writings, and videos from the archive, as well as new and upcoming projects.

Thomas Struth (b. 1954 in Geldern, Germany) is best known for his genre-defying photographs, though, he began originally with painting before he enrolled at the Kunstakademie, Düsseldorf in 1973. Struth has developed his individual photographic practice, often penetrating places of the human imagination in order to scrutinize the landscape of invention, technology, and beyond (as in his recent CERN and Animal images). Celebrated for his diverse body of work – Unconscious Places, Familienleben (Family Life), Museum Photographs, New Pictures from Paradise and Nature & Politics – Struth continues to advance his vocabulary with each new series, while maintaining the same principles core to his practice.

Today, follow along as we explore the many facets and “precise observations” of Struth’s career. ?

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