Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky -- New York Magazine Art Review. His amazing picture of a convenience store brimming with goods, 99 Cent II, Diptych (2001), which recently became the most expensive photo in history when it was auctioned for over 3 million

Andreas Gursky is a German visual artist known for his enormous architecture and landscape color photographs, often employing a high point of view. What an amazing photograph.

grupaok:  Andreas Gursky, cane weavers in a furniture factory, Nha Trang, Vietnam, 2004

Photograph of industrious workers weaving cane in a furniture factory in Nha Trang, Vietnam, shot by Andreas Gursky. The photographer’s Rhein II recently sold for making it the most expensive photograph ever auctioned

April 15, 2005. Amsterdam, 12:10 p.m.-1:10 p.m. | People Wearing Similar "Normcore" Outfits On The Same Day

People Wearing Similar "Normcore" Outfits On The Same Day

Parte da série Photo Notes, de Hans Eijkelboom. Veja mais em http://www.jornaldafotografia.com.br/noticias/galeria-fotospot-lanca-serie-photo-note-de-hans-eijkelboom-brasil/

Galeria Fotospot lança Photo Notes de Hans Eijkelboom, na SP-Arte/Foto

Parte da série Photo Notes, de Hans Eijkelboom. Veja mais em http://www.jornaldafotografia.com.br/noticias/galeria-fotospot-lanca-serie-photo-note-de-hans-eijkelboom-brasil/

For over 20 years, Hans Eijkelboom has discretely photographed the popular fashion trends of unknowing pedestrians in places like New York and Paris.

Covert Street-Style Photos Highlight Fashion Trends Over 20 Years

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