post-title Haus am Waldsee: Thomas Florschuetz – Überlagerungen | 20.05.-28.08.2022

Haus am Waldsee: Thomas Florschuetz – Überlagerungen | 20.05.-28.08.2022

Haus am Waldsee: Thomas Florschuetz – Überlagerungen | 20.05.-28.08.2022

Haus am Waldsee: Thomas Florschuetz – Überlagerungen | 20.05.-28.08.2022

With a pointed selection of the most diverse groups of works, mainly from the last five years, the Haus am Waldsee will provide a multifaceted insight into the work of Thomas Florschuetz from May 2022. The artist, who was awarded the Dorothea von Stetten Art Prize and is also a member of the Berlin Academy of the Arts, is considered one of the most important representatives of contemporary photography.

Florschuetz’s work comprises numerous series characterised by very different subjects and themes. The selection of his pictorial content is often characterised by an approach that emphasises the opposite. The focus of his work is on the gaze and the form of realisation and less on the reproduction of content. The intuitive moment in capturing the respective pictorial objects and scenarios plays the essential role.

Thomas Florschuetz, born in Zwickau in 1957, develops projects and pictorial ideas based on his interest in the constant change of bodies and spaces under the premises of light and time. His photographs are pictorial excerpts of …

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Image above: Thomas Florschuetz, Ohne Titel (E.B.) 27, 2016/2021, 183 x 243 cm, C-Print, Courtesy der Künstler und DIEHL, Berlin, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2022

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