Art/ Collection/ Art Object

Milan Cathedral (façade), Milan

Artist:
Thomas Struth (German, born Geldern, 1954)
Date:
1998
Medium:
Chromogenic print
Dimensions:
Frame: 74 1/4 × 92 1/2 in. (188.6 × 235 cm)
Classification:
Photographs
Credit Line:
Purchase, The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation Gift through Joyce and Robert Menschel and Jennifer and Joseph Duke Gift, 2000
Accession Number:
2000.133
Rights and Reproduction:
© Thomas Struth
Not on view
This photograph of the Milan Cathedral in bright sunlight laminates onto a single plane the timelessness of the twisting figures decorating a façade that developed over nearly three centuries with the ephemeral passage of noonday loungers, strollers, and sunbathers.
the artist; [Marian Goodman Gallery, New York City]

Dallas Museum of Art. "Thomas Struth," May 8, 2002–August 18, 2002.

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. "Thomas Struth," September 15, 2002–January 5, 2003.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Thomas Struth," February 4, 2003–May 18, 2003.

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. "Thomas Struth," June 28, 2003–September 28, 2003.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Thomas Struth: Photographs," September 29, 2014–February 16, 2015.

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