The German photographer, as guest editor of a prestigious annual collection of essays, considers the increasing rejection of facts in political and social discourse.
LONDON — The German photographer Wolfgang Tillmans has had a decades-long love affair with printed media. Since making his name in the 1990s taking pictures of night life in Hamburg, Germany, for the British counterculture magazine i-D, his work has appeared in countless publications — from fashion titles to newspaper supplements — as well as in galleries and museums. Mr. Tillmans has long been concerned with how his work appears on the printed page.
I just came across his latest project “Ponte City” on his new website. He has thrown me around again, and I believe (and hope) it will for many others too. He has photographed every Door, Window and Television in an iconic and infamous 54-story apartment building in Johannesburg.
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