At what point does a photograph stop being descriptive? When does the paper become more than just a support for an image? Wolfgang Tillmans is one of those few artists who in practice truly and constantly challenges the structures of photography and art. His abstract work is now collected in the book Wolfgang Tillmans Abstract Pictures
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