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Wolfgang Tillmans, Tate Modern, through June 11, 2017

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Wolfgang Tillmans, Tate Modern, through June 11, 2017

Tate Modern has devoted its walls to German photographer Wolfgang Tillmans, who was born in 1968 and is considered to be one of his generation’s leading photographers. Tillmans’ portraits appeared in I-D and Vogue during the 1990s, and in 2000 he became the first photographer to win the prestigious Turner Prize. The large exhibition at Tate Modern covers Tillmans entire career, from portraits to intimate still lifes and politically charged works in which he reveals his views on current affairs. The symbolic starting point of the exhibition is 2003 – the beginning of the Iraq War. In Tillmans’ eyes, the invasion was a watershed, giving rise to catastrophic events and momentous changes in the world order.

Bankside
www.tate.org.uk

Image: Wolfgang Tillmans astro crusto, a 2012 © Wolfgang Tillmans

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