“Things can only be diverse and should be diverse,” wrote Donald Judd in 1964 about the art scene in New York, and hence rejected a one-dimensional ordering of art history in favor of an open encounter with works of art.

Tobias Kruse


How can intangible experiences be represented? Aware of the creative power of taking photographs, on the one hand, and of its futility on the other, in the past years, Tobias
Kruse (*1979) has captured inexpressible moments in life: the shape of an object, the certainty that an injury is about to occur, the birth of children, and the bliss of their skin. He has concentrated them in an open, journal-like picture atlas that invokes the intensity of the present as well as the recurring loops of time. At the same time, the narrative is neither closed nor defined. The new publication again and again presents other references and meanings through the succession and parallel placement of the photographs. (Laura Benz)


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"Tobias Kruse"

March 2019

ISBN 978-3-7356-0497-2

17,00 x 24,00 cm

216 Pages

137 colored illustrations

Softcover, bound

Languages: German, English

Tobias Kruse, Betty Fink
Design by
Neue Gestaltung, Berlin