Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is the Dusseldorf school of photography?

What is the Dusseldorf school of photography?

Dusseldorf School of Photography is the name for the photographers who studied under Bernd and Hiller Beecher at the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf during the 1970s. This group was devoted to the black and white industrial images of the German tradition called New Objectivity.

Artwork by Bernd & Hilla Becher

Thomas Demand

Bullion, 2003

Limited Edition Print

Lambda print

EUR 4,250

Andreas Gursky

Untitled XVIII, 2015

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Offset Print

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Thomas Ruff

PHG.06_I, 2013

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Thomas Ruff

Tripe_12 (Seeringham, Munduppum inside gateway), 2018

Photography

Inkjet print

GBP 2,185

Thomas Ruff

Substrat 21 III 2003/19, 2019

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GBP 2,150

Thomas Ruff

Nudes ree07, 2001

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GBP 2,400

Thomas Ruff

Nudes em08, 2001

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GBP 2,435

Candida Hofer

Colored Wood, 2017

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C-Print

GBP 1,875

Andreas Gursky

Untitled XV 2005, 2005

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Lithograph

EUR 3,800

Thomas Ruff

Tripe 09, 2018

Photography

Inkjet print

EUR 2,900

Thomas Ruff

Nude tos03, 2001

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Digital Print on paper

GBP 2,435

Thomas Ruff

Nudes ga08, 2001

Limited Edition Print

Digital Print on paper

GBP 2,435

Thomas Ruff

Tripe_08 (Pugahm Myo. Thapinyu Pagoda), 2018

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Inkjet print

GBP 2,185

Thomas Struth

Rose, Winterthur, 1991, 1996

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Lithograph

GBP 2,185

Thomas Ruff

Sterne, 18h 12 m / -40°, 1990

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Lithograph

EUR 3,000

Candida Hofer

Bahnhof Stadelhofen Zurich, 1991

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Photograph

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Clay

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Refers to a print produced through a printing technique in which a ink is transferred using a mesh to a substrate safe for those areas blocked with a stencil to make them impermeable to ink. Screen prints are usually made on posters, T-shirts, vinyl, stickers and wood or any material usable for this purpose. Screen printing is also a method of stencil printing and is sometimes known as serigraphy, serigraph printing, screen or silk screen. 

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Single impression belonging to an image made out of a block that is re-printable. Litho stones, wood blocks or metal plates are used for the purpose of etching upon. Only one impression is produced rather than producing several copies of one image. Mono-printing has many techniques that include etching, lithography and woodcut.

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