Jeff Wall (b. 1946) is one of the most important and fascinating artists today. In the works presented here, from his early days to the present – varying in techniques and topics, from street photography in his « near-documentary » style, quotes and complex and original references to art history to reconstructed « cinematographic » style – the distinction between the commonplace and the spectacular is blurred, and the topics of masterpieces are converted to everyday simplicity.
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