museum der bildenden künste,
leipzig 04109, germany
tue, thu-sun 10—6 / wed 10—8
(all prices in euro)
books/catalogs, photography, pop
This is the newest book in Juergen Teller’s original and beloved “Masters” series. Teller made his first Master in 2005 as an homage to anything and everything he believes is a master or masterful—be it punk rock icon Iggy Pop, actor Gillian Anderson, football manager Carlo Ancelotti, or even a simple vase of flowers—as well as a tongue-in-cheek recognition of himself as the master of his photographic identity. The concept was simple: to create an ongoing collection of humble books, each at the same small size, with no text and as little design as possible—an antithesis to the standard overblown coffee-table book.
Like past volumes in the series, The Master V presents an unpredictable mix of Teller’s eclectic photography: be it his unorthodox fashion work, still lifes, landscapes, portraits, or images that move between these genres. Featuring subjects including chess grand master Garry Kasparov, editor-in-chief of British Vogue Edward Enninful and fashion designer Demna Gvasalia, The Master Vreveals some of the fascinating personalities most inspiring to Teller at this moment.
Anton Stankowski – Frei und Angewandt, Free and Applied (1925 – 1995)
Ernst & Sohn