Thomas Struth: Style Without Style

Jana Prikryl writes: ‘In an afterword to his recent book Walking, Thomas Struth writes that he took the photographs “by rubbing my shoulders and my senses against ordinary, everyday architecture again.” This seems to acknowledge the project’s departure from the monumental rhetoric of his current show at the Metropolitan Museum, where twenty-five photographs are assembled in a kind of “greatest hits” homage.’ Pictured is a photo of Crosby Street, in New York’s SoHo, in 1978.

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