Landscapes. The exhibition focuses on some of his most enigmatic images of water and architectural detail. He rigorously composes his monumentally scaled photographs to envelope viewers with dizzying scale, and color-effects.
German visual artist Andreas Gursky is renowned for his monumentally scaled photographs—grand urban and natural landscape vistas and large format architecture—created from a dispassionate, omniscient point of view. Highly detailed, Gursky's images are at once dead-pan observational and transcendent.
He rigorously composes his expansive views to envelope viewers with dizzying scale, detail, and color—effects he often heightens through digital manipulation of the image. Gursky has been instrumental in defining contemporary German art in the 1990s. The exhibition focuses on some of his most enigmatic images of landscape, water, and architectural detail.
Andreas Gursky: Landscapes is made possible, in part, by Gagosian Gallery. Additional support is provided by ArtElliman, presented by Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, and the Leadership Committee including the Joseph and Sylvia Slifka Foundation, Glenstone Foundation, Christine and Sandy Heller, Amy and John Phelan, and those who wish to remain anonymous.
Generous funding is also provided by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Saturday, August 15, 2015 - 11:00am
Join Museum Director Terrie Sultan for an intimate gallery talk on Andreas Gursky: Landscapes accompanied by photographer and Parrish Art Museum permanent collection artist Ralph Gibson.
Thursday, October 8, 2015 - 12:00pm
Museum Director Terrie Sultan presents an overview of the special exhibition Andreas Gursky: Landscapes.
Lunch specials will be available for purchase from the Golden Pear Café at the Parrish.
In 2015 the Brain Food lunchtime lecture series is offered free-of-charge to Southampton Town residents through support from a Town of Southampton Cultural Arts and Recreation Grant.
Image: Engadin I, 1995, Ink-jet print, 207 x 356 x 6.2 cm. © Andreas Gursky, VG BILD-KUNST, Bonn./ ARS, 2015. Courtesy Gagosian Gallery.
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Reception Sunday, August 2, 2015 - 11:00am to 1:00pm
Parrish Art Museum
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