Sigmar PolkeFrau mit Butterbrot, UnknownSigned by artist and numbered 15/50Screenprint on wove paper63 x 56 cm
24 3/4 x 22 1/8 inNumber 15 from an edition of 50Sold
Candida HoferSpiegelkantine in Hamburg III, 2000Signed versoC-print72 x 72 cm
28 3/8 x 28 3/8 inNumber 21 from an edition of 100Reserved
Thomas Ruffnudes kn30, 2020UnsignedOffset print on paper59 x 42 cm
23 1/4 x 16 1/2 inSpecial edition limited by time£ 425.00
Thomas StruthPflanze #9 Gelbe Lilie, Winterthur (1992), 1994Signed, dated, titled, and inscribed ‘gelbe lilie Winterthur 1992 6/10’ in pencil on the reverse.Colour photograph on Agfa photographic paper48 x 61 cm
18 7/8 x 24 1/8 inNumber 6 from an edition of 10Sold
Bernd and Hilla BecherWater Tower, Toledo, Ohio (1978), 1989Unsigned from the Schirmer Mosel 15 year Jubilee Portfolio. Certified in print top right and lower centre (recto)Fine art offset lithograph. Printed on high quality “Satimatt” paper (250g/qm) by Arjomari, Paris45 x 34 cm
17 3/4 x 13 3/8 in£ 295.00
Thomas RuffSubstrat 21 III 2003/19, 2019Signed and numbered by artist on the reverseChromogenic Print32 x 45.8 cm
12 5/8 x 18 1/8 inLimited edition£ 1,850.00
Wolfgang TillmansIn Flight Astro (II), 2010Signed on adhesive label on the reverse Wolfgang Tillmans and numbered plus “Edition fur text zur Kunst”.Giclee print48.3 x 32.9 cm
19 1/8 x 13 inNumber 84 from an edition of 120 copies + 50 APSold
Thomas StruthString handling, Solar World, Freiberg, 2011Titled, dated and signed on the reverse.Inkjet print on wove paper42 x 59.8 cm
16 1/2 x 23 1/2 inNumber 65 from an edition of 80Sold
Wolfgang TillmansStill Life (Buhnenbild) , 2020Unsigned special edition from 2020SolidarityOffset print on paper42 x 59.4 cm
16 1/2 x 23 3/8 inEdition available for a limited time£ 425.00
Wolfgang TillmansResolute Rave, 2020Unsigned special edition from 2020SolidarityPhotography59.4 x 42 cm
23 3/8 x 16 1/2 inEdition limited by timeSold
Thomas StruthArt Institute Chicago 1 (1990), 1999Unsigned from the Schirmer Mosel 25 year Jubilee Portfolio. Certified in print lower left (recto) and middle centre (verso)Fine art offset lithograph. Printed on high quality “BVS-PLUS matt” paper (250g/qm) by Scheufelen, Lenningen45 x 34 cm
17 3/4 x 13 3/8 inUnknown EditionSold
Wolfgang TillmansHow likely is it that only I am right in this matter?, 2019Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist rectoInkjet Print29.7 x 21 cm
11 3/4 x 8 1/4 inNumber 39 from an edition of 100 + 3APSold
Sigmar PolkeChinatown 1, 1974Set of 2 postcards, from an edition of 5000, Published by Edition Staeck, Heidelberg. UnsignedOffset lithographs on card10 x 14 cm
4 x 5 1/2 inEdition of 5000 pairs£ 300.00
Sigmar PolkeJames Lee Byars, 1974Postcard published by Edition Staeck, HeidelbergOffset lithographs on card14 x 10 cm
5 1/2 x 4 inEdition of 5000£ 250.00
Thomas RuffPhotograms, 2012Signed and numbered by artist versoChromogenic Print27.9 x 20.3 cm
11 x 8 inEdition of 50£ 2,200.00
Thomas RuffSubstrat 9, 2002Signed and numbered by artistChromogenic Print42.5 x 30 cm
16 3/4 x 11 3/4 inNumber 11 from an edition of 100£ 2,700.00
Feuteu is delighted to present a collection of artworks from the German photographic movement commonly known as the Düsseldorf School of Photography. Which has not only birthed some of today’s most significant and successful photographers, but is also one of the most fundamental photographic movements of the 20th century, leaving an undeniable impact on contemporary photography.
Powerful influencers of the movement were Bernd and Hilla Becher. The Becher’s treatment of photography as an open archive became an underlying structure for young artists like Thomas Ruff and his classmates Andreas Gursky, Thomas Struth and Candida Höfer.
The movement shares works that are dispassionate, observational, distant, and concerned largely with form. Characterised by a sober, documentary quality, straight on (and often expansive) topographic views of landscapes, a focus on cityscapes or interior environments, and the minimisation of the human figure.
A hallmark of the group’s photographs has been a combination of dizzying detail and monumental size, giving the works an immersive quality and contributing to a blurring of the boundaries between photography and painting. The Bechers began as innovative trailblazers attempting to find new ways of looking at and observing objects not previously thought to be worthy of art and contemplation.
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