In 1997, the photographer immortalized the passenger jet Concorde at the moment of takeoff. Twenty years later, his series is a reminder of delusions of grandeur in a divided Europe. While Wolfgang Tillmans’ work was on view at Tate Modern in London last spring, the photographer spoke up to denounce the idea of Brexit. Far from being politically engaged, his...
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