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PRINT January 2001

THE BIG PICTURE: THE ART OF ANDREAS GURSKY

CEREBRAL SEER OR CYNICAL CELEBRANT? HOW DOES THE ART OF ANDREAS GURSKY STAND IN RELATION TO THE GLOBALIZING, LATE-PHASE-CONSUMERIST MOMENT HIS SPECTACULAR PHOTOGRAPHS REFLECT, REFRACT, AND RECONSTITUTE? IN ANTICIPATION OF THE GERMAN ARTIST’S UPCOMING RETROSPECTIVE AT THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK, HIS FIRST IN THE U.S., KATY SIEGEL AND ALEX ALBERRO CONSIDER THE OEUVRE AND COME UP WITH VERY DIFFERENT ANSWERS.

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