An exhibition of works by Andreas Gursky features large-scale landscape and architectural images, presently showing at Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf, Germany.

An extensive survey of images respected photographer is showcased, features variety of subject content that includes bleak landscapes to bustling crowds at huge events, with new works included as part of the installation.

Speaking about his work, which now includes layered satellite images, Gursky said:

“It is not pure photography, what I do. All my works are based on a direct visual experience from which I develop a pictorial idea, and after that, there’s a studio testing to prove their plausibility, and finally they’e worked out with the help of a computer.” // Until 13 January, 2013

via HUH by Jack Lowe