157 ARCHITECTURES OF HERZOG & DE MEURON, PORTRAITS BY THOMAS RUFF TN Probe Exhibition Space, Tokyo, Japan Exhibition 22 November 1996 – 9 January 1997.
157 ARCHITECTURES OF HERZOG & DE MEURON, PORTRAITS BY THOMAS RUFF TN Probe Exhibition Space, Tokyo, Japan Exhibition 22 November 1996 – 9 January 1997. 156 HERZOG & DE MEURON, ZEICHNUNGEN DRAWINGS Peter Blum Gallery Soho, New York, New York, USA Exhibition 31 May – 31 July 1997. 156.
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Herzog & de Meuron - Eleven stations at Tate Modern The following text was prepared for the occasion of the Opening . Architectures of Herzog & de Meuron: Portraits by Thomas Ruff. TN Probe Exhibition Space, Tokyo. 22 November 1996 - 9 January 1997.
Herzog & de Meuron - Eleven stations at Tate Modern The following text was prepared for the occasion of the Opening Exhibition at Tate Modern: Herzog & de Meuron – 11 Stations at Tate Modern, curated by Theodora Vischer, in collaboration with Käthe Walser at Tate Modern, Turbine Hall, London, UK from 12 May to 26 November 2000.
Treacherous Transparencies analyzes transparency as expressed in architecture and art in an attempt to understand the intentions and objectives that underlie its use by pertinent architects and artists. The publication looks at a few important works by selected artists and architects who work with transparency as an artistic strategy, which they implement primarily by using glass and mirrors but other media as well. The architects and artists listed together in this context form an unlikely alliance: Bruno Taut, Ivan Leonidov, Marcel Duchamp, Mies van der Rohe, Dan Graham, and Gerhard Richter.
Terence Riley, Etc. Originally published in 1994, this monograph provides an introduction to Herzog & de Meuron with reproductions of built works, drawings and plans.
Thomas Ruff, German, born 1958. Herzog & de Meuron Architekten. Legatoria Torriani, Milan. Designed by Klaus Baumgärtner, German, born 1948. Stamperia Valdonega .
Jacques Herzog, Pierre de Meuron, Philip Ursprung. More than any of their contemporaries, Swiss architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron are challenging the boundaries between architecture and art. Natural History explores that challenge, examining how the work of this formidable pair has drawn upon the art of both past and present, and brought architecture into dialogue with the art of our time. Echoing an encyclopedia, this publication reflects the natural history museum structure of the exhibition which it accompanies, organized by the Canadian Centre for Architecture.
De Meuron, Photographed by Thomas Ruff at Peter Blum Gallery, New York, from June to September 1994
The Goetz Collection collaboration was initiated by Ruff’s dealer, Peter Blum, and the image was first displayed along with six other photographs in the exhibition Architectures of Herzog & De Meuron, Photographed by Thomas Ruff at Peter Blum Gallery, New York, from June to September 1994.
Thomas Ruff uses technological advancements to realize new visual possibilities of photography and question its artistic qualities. I don’t believe in the psychologizing portrait photography that my colleagues do, trying to capture the character with a lot of light and shade, he says. That’s absolutely suspect to me. I can only show the surface. Whatever goes beyond that is more or less chance.