In Tate Britain


Thomas Struth (born 1954) is a German photographer who is best known for his Museum Photographs, family portraits and 1970s black and white photographs of the streets of Düsseldorf and New York. Struth lives and works in Berlin and New York.

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Dusseldorf School of Photography

The Dusseldorf School of Photography refers to a group of photographers who studied at the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf in the mid ...

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Edward Platt , Sasha Devas , Elain Harwood and Wilhelm Sasnal

Edward Platt, Sasha Devas, Elain Harwood and Wilhelm Sasnal reflect on a work in the Tate collection

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Thomas Phongsathorn , Simon Grant1 , Matthew Bowman , Alison Dunhill and Charles Danby

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