More than meets the eye
For the first time, Deutsche Bank Art is presenting an exhibition that concentrates exclusively on the photographic works in its company collection. Through the end of 2007, the high-caliber show "More than Meets the Eye" is touring renowned museums throughout Latin America. Approximately 200 works by Gerhard Richter, Katharina Sieverding, Thomas Ruff, and Wolfgang Tillmans provide an overview of German art photography from the seventies to the present day - from the documentary style of the Becher School to the narrative tendencies among younger academy graduates. Our current feature examines the exhibition's artists and movements +++ Series and large format: Friedhelm Hütte, Director of Deutsche Bank Art, curated "More than Meets the Eye." For db artmag, he introduces the exhibition’s concept and themes +++ Between Bridges: Louise Gray talked to Wolfgang Tillmans about his new London art space +++ Urban portraits: Brigitte Werneburg visited Beat Streuli in his studio in Brussels. For years, the Swiss artist has been recording people in big cities around the globe: workers, youths, managers, housewives - lending those he portrays an ambivalent glamour +++ School's out: Achim Drucks on the young Düsseldorf photographer Daniela Steinfeld +++ It’s so Hardcore! – Cornelius Tittel on Mexico’s art and photography scene +++ Between the studio and the street: Ulf Erdmann Ziegler on the generations and movements in "More than Meets the Eye"