Marc Lüders Erfindung der Realität

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Edited by: Alexander Sairally Graphic Design: Claasbooks.de Texts by: Stephan Berg, Luminita Sabau German, English 2010, 176 Pages, 168 Ills. Hardcover 1mm x 1mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-2515-6

Marc Lüders (*1963 inHamburg) has been incorporating elements of painting into photographs of real landscapes and urban scenes since the mid-nineties. Individuals are seen at construction sites, in green spaces or on empty lots, or near remnants of the Berlin Wall: lost in thought and impassive, they find themselves in anonymous surroundings, looking as if they have been transported to another world. It is often the case that it is only at second glance that the viewer realizes the scene has been painted over. In this way, Lüders combines different levels of reality and calls attention to the dialectic tension between opposing traits of painting and photography: subjective expression versus objective representation.This publication provides an overview of his oeuvre and contains both his earlier black-and-white works as well as his new series devoted to American supermarkets. Exhibition schedule: LEVY Galerie, Berlin, April 30—July 10, 2010