a couple of weeks ago i was visiting the exhibition “fotografien werden bilder. die becher-klasse” at the städel museum in frankfurt. the exhibition shows photos by the first (and by now famous and acclaimed) students of bernd and hiller becher. it is a brilliant exhibition that i can only recommend (still going until august, 13th 2017).
i took a closer look at the photos i liked most by sketching them:
nach tata ronkholz: st. franziskusstr. 107 (düsseldorf), 1977/78.
nach thomas ruff: interieur 1d, 1982.
nach jörg sasse: 28246, 2000.
nach andreas gursky: teneriffa, schwimmbad, 1987.
a nice guard at the exhibition was interested in what i was doing and asked me for a look at all of my drawings when i was done. he seemed to be impressed, but not so much by the drawings but by my cheap biro: “hm… it’s hard with that pen… you can’t erase and correct things…”