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Thomas Ruff

Portrait (E. Zapp), 1990

C-print, face-mounted to acrylic
79 3/10 × 61 1/2 in
201.5 × 156.2 cm
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Christie's

signed, dated and numbered '2/4' in pencil (verso)
image: 63 x 47 3/8 in. (160.1 x 120.2 cm.)

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signed, dated and numbered '2/4' in pencil (verso)
image: 63 x 47 3/8 in. (160.1 x 120.2 cm.)
sheet/face mount: 79 3/8 x 61 ½ in. (201.5 x 156.2 cm.)
This work is number two from an edition four, plus one artist's proof.

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Thomas Ruff
German, b. 1958
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Thomas Ruff uses technological advancements to realize new visual possibilities of photography and question its artistic qualities. “I don’t believe in the psychologizing portrait photography that my colleagues do, trying to capture the character with a lot of light and shade,” he says. “That’s absolutely suspect to …

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About the work
Exhibition history
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Provenance
C
Christie's

signed, dated and numbered '2/4' in pencil (verso)
image: 63 x 47 3/8 in. (160.1 x 120.2 cm.)

Read more

signed, dated and numbered '2/4' in pencil (verso)
image: 63 x 47 3/8 in. (160.1 x 120.2 cm.)
sheet/face mount: 79 3/8 x 61 ½ in. (201.5 x 156.2 cm.)
This work is number two from an edition four, plus one artist's proof.

Christie's Special Notice
Artist's Resale Right ("Droit de Suite"). …

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Thomas Ruff
German, b. 1958
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Thomas Ruff uses technological advancements to realize new visual possibilities of photography and …

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Thomas Ruff uses technological advancements to realize new visual possibilities of photography and question its artistic qualities. “I don’t believe in the psychologizing portrait photography that my colleagues do, trying to capture the character with a lot of light and shade,” he says. “That’s absolutely suspect to …

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Thomas Ruff

Portrait (E. Zapp), 1990

C-print, face-mounted to acrylic
79 3/10 × 61 1/2 in
201.5 × 156.2 cm
Bidding closed
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