Through their large-scale photographs, contemporary artists Candida Höfer and Thomas Struth offer distinct but connected perspectives on the ways we interact with the spaces we inhabit. Höfer’s photographs of libraries, auditoriums, and research centers are emptied of people but filled with the mystery of visual and intellectual contemplation. Struth’s work captures visitors at museums and churches as we, the viewers of the photographs, look at them from a physical and temporal distance.

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"Deutsches Hygiene-Museum Dresden III 2000." Chromogenic print, edition of 6, 1.97 x 1.97 ft. (60 x 60 cm). Private collection [© Candida Höfer/VG-Bildkunst, Bonn 2000]

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