To step into the universe of Wolfgang Tillmans is to find oneself in the middle of a conversation; it is to ask questions and be questioned in turn. The first thing that strikes a visitor to the exhibition on view at Tate Modern (until June 11) is that it’s unlike any other exhibition.
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