Milan Cathedral (façade), Milan

Thomas Struth German

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.

Milan Cathedral (façade), Milan, Thomas Struth (German, born Geldern, 1954), Chromogenic print

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