The Virtual Tour of the retrospective Thomas Struth 1977 - 2002 is a project by Thomas Struth & Martin Zellerhoff
to document the exhibitions in Dallas, Los Angeles, New York & Chicago in 2002 & 2003
Conception of the exhibition
Thomas Struth in cooperation with Charles Wylie, Ann Goldstein, Maria Morris Hambourg, Douglas Eklund
Ann Kessler, Anne Caroline Müller, Martin Zellerhoff
Concept Virtual Tour
Martin Zellerhoff & Tom Flügge
Thomas Struth, Martin Zellerhoff, Katharina Hohenhörst
Anna Wesek (buchtypo), Düsseldorf
Die Rose vom Rhein, Düsseldorf
The artist's special thanks go to Ayako Miyazaki for major support, help and assistance.
Photographs copyright © 2007 by Thomas Struth
CD composing © 2007 by Martin Zellerhoff & Tom Flügge
Installation photographs © 2003 Martin Zellerhoff, The Dallas Museum of Art (DMA)
Atelier Thomas Struth
atelier (at) thomas-struth . com
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