Thomas Struth (Geldern, Germany, 1954) is one of the most influential European photographers of our time. With the exhibition Thomas Struth, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao devotes to him starting October 2nd an important retrospective exhibition gathering a selection of 130 works covering five decades of activity. Thomas Struth deals with fundamental topics, such as the instability of social structures or the fragility of human existence, through images whose formal elegance arouses both curiosity and empathy. Struth is particularly interested in issues related to public space, family ties, nature and culture, new technologies and their limitations. The exhibition will relate, and put […]
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