at The University of Chicago

Thomas Struth

March 25 – April 29, 1990

Thomas Struth - Veddeler Br?ckenstrasse, Hamburg
Thomas Struth
Veddeler Br?ckenstrasse, Hamburg, 1986
black and white photographs
This is the first one-person United States museum exhibition of this German photographer. Struth's anonymous images of urban environments contrast, for example: the stark and obliterating scale of New York with the intimate closure and ambience of Rome. In all of Struth's images the continuing perseverance of the individual is maintained and heightened through the subtle cultural clues of each image's architecture and signage.


The Renaissance Society
is a contemporary art
museum free and
open to the public
Thu  Apr 24, 2014