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  • Katie J. Wright

    Landscapes are probably the best and most original source of pattern inspiration. So lovely.

  • VirtuDiaries

    Andreas Gursky photo of Bahrain. Textile inspiration.

  • Kimberly Williams

    Andreas Gursky – Bahrain I, (2005), Museum Kunstpalast Düsseldorf Photos created starting from satellite images and complexly layered landscapes, bordering on the surreal. This process is usual for him: “It is not pure photography, what I do,” Gursky describes his own work. “All my works are based on a direct visual experience from which I develop a pictorial idea, and after that, there’s a studio testing to prove their plausibility, and finally they’re worked out with the help of a computer.”

  • Adela Gato Díaz

    Andreas Gursky at Museum Kunstpalast in Düsseldorf | Trendland: Fashion Blog & Trend Magazine. Bahrain

  • Andrea Canto

    Andreas Gursky, art, exhibition, photography, Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf, Germany, landscape, large format

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