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Författare: Charlotte Posenenske.
Der vorliegende, von Burkhard Brunn verfasste Kommentar zu Charlotte Posenenskes Manifest aus dem Jahre 1968 dient dem weiteren Verständnis ihrer Kunst. Er bildet eine Einheit mit Renate Wiehagers Buch "Charlotte Posenenske", das besonders die Objekte behandelt, sowie dem Band "Charlotte Posenenske Die frühen arbeiten" mit einem Essay von Philipp Kaiser über die Malerei der mini- malistischen Konzeptkünstlerin. Die drei Bände bilden eine Grundlage für weitergehende überlegungen; Fachleute wie Daniel Marzona, Jorg Daur, Astrid Wege und Stefanie Bräuer haben texte beigesteuert. Brunn bezieht seine Kompetenz aus der zusammenarbeit mit der Künstlerin sowie aus den vielen posthumen Ausstellungen, die er als Verwalter ihres nachlasses organisiert hat.
His diverse body of work is distinguished by observation of his surroundings and an ongoing investigation of the photographic medium’s foundations. Tillmans was born in 1968 in Remscheid in the German area of Bergisches Land. From 1995, Tillmans primarily lived and worked in London. During the summer of 1998, Tillmans participated in a month-long residency at the last active Shaker community in the world, in Sabbathday Lake, Maine. Since 2007, he has divided his time between Berlin and London. In 2011, Tillmans travelled to Haiti with the charity Christian Aid to document reconstruction work after the country’s devastating earthquake one year before.
Between 2009 and 2014 Tillmans served as an Artist Trustee of the Tate Board. He is also a member of the museum’s Collection Committee and the Tate Britain Council. This article’s tone or style may not reflect the encyclopedic tone used on Wikipedia. See Wikipedia’s guide to writing better articles for suggestions. It was never my intention to be seen as diaristic or autobiographical. I was not recording the world around me or my tribe or whatever.
There is a big misunderstanding there that still persists to this day. Tillmans’ photographic practice subsequently developed to encompass a wide array of genres. I take pictures, in order to see the world. In 2009, after Tillmans had been using an analog 50 mm Contax SLR camera almost exclusively for over two decades, he turned to digital photography. In 2012, he abandoned film altogether and became a full-time digital photographer. Wolfgang has a passion and love for the streets and the club. Which this two inspire him in his work along with his work in the gay movement rights.
The 56 photographs of equal dimensions that make up the Concorde Grid were taken in and around London as part of a commission for Tillmans’ exhibition at Chisenhale Gallery in 1997. Shot from a wide range of places, including private gardens, parks, railway tracks, and the perimeter fence around Heathrow airport, they record the daily passing of the airplane. Tillmans exhibited his first abstract and damaged pictures as a Parkett edition in 1998. Since 2000, Tillmans has become increasingly interested in the chemical foundations of photographic material, as well as its haptic and spatial possibilities. The „Conquistador“ series of photographs were the first of these interventions to be exhibited. Tillman’s first exhibition in 1988 was composed exclusively of images that were created with the latest kind of monochrome laser copier. Over the years, Tillmans has often returned to this medium.