Michael Wesely – Erfindung des Unsichtbaren
96 pages, 29 x 24 cm , 881 g.
Michael Wesely – Erfindung des Unsichtbaren
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Michael Wesely’s (born 1963 in Munich ) newest publication shows three important parts of his work, commented and interpreted by Eugen Blume, curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin, and Mark Gisbourne, free-lance curator in London and Berlin. Both of his main aspects in his work are discussed: the narrative potential of long time exposure in the series “Strand “ (1996), “Potsdamer Platz” (1997-2001) and lately the collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art in New York (2001-2004). His approach with his self-constructed “Split-Camera” with which he made several groups of works since 1995 like “Palazzi die Roma” (1995) and “East Germany” (2002-2004) also suggests the connection between the titles and the essays about the so called photographic reality: the invention of the invisible.
LanguageEnglish, German
Article IDart-42212


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