Wolfgang Tillmans.
Photographs by Wolfgang Tillmans.
Phaidon, London, 2014. 240 pp., 240 color illustrations, 11½x10".

Publisher's Description
Wolfgang Tillmans (b.1968) is arguably the most influential artist and photographer of his generation, widely known for his work in i-D, The Face, and Purple, and for photographing, among others, Kate Moss, Gilbert & George and John Waters.

Wolfgang Tillmans (b.1968) is arguably the most influential artist and photographer of his generation, widely known for his work in i-D, The Face, and Purple, and for photographing, among others, Kate Moss, Gilbert & George and John Waters.

Tillmans’ 2002 monograph is regarded as one of the most popular and influential titles in Phaidon’s Contemporary Artists series. This revised edition is brought up to date with the inclusion of Tillmans’ most recent work and features a new essay by Johanna Burton, a curator at the New Museum, as well as new writings by the artist.

Known since the early 1990s for his photographs of young people in their social environment – clubs, gay pride parades, warehouse parties – Wolfgang Tillmans created an enigmatic, sexy and highly innovative photography while inventing new icons of beauty and style for gallery goers and magazine readers alike. This book is an updated and expanded edition of his 2002 monograph, featuring a new survey on his work from the past ten years and new artist's writings.


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