• Juergen Teller: Woo
  • Posted 30 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 13374 Views
  • On 23 January, 2013, famed photographer Juergen Teller will be opening his latest exhibition at London's ICA. Entitled Woo, the show will provide a seamless journey through his landmark fashion and commercial photography from the 90s, "presenting classic images of celebrities such as Lily Cole, Kate Moss and Vivienne Westwood, as well as more recent landscapes and family portraits."

    As well as his photographs, the exhibition will also feature letters of complaint Teller received for his controversial weekly column in Die Zeit magazine, where he was given free creative reign.

    Woo will run through to 17 March, 2013.

    ICA
    The Mall
    London
    SW1Y 5AH

    www.ica.org.uk

    • Whack Images anyone could take! What industry allows this person to be placed at the top?
    • Adam Johnson Posted 30 months ago · 63
    • go for it amigo, the industry's all shaking waiting for you
    • tony trash Posted 30 months ago · 56
    • Shut the fuck Up Adam Johnson!
    • Casper Martin Posted 30 months ago · 59
    • But he took them. Not anyone.
    • Casper Martin Posted 30 months ago · 62
    • Adam Johnson, what have you done in the last decade?
    • Johnny De Guzman Posted 30 months ago · 55 Reply
    • yeah these are pretty amazing ngl
    • gh Posted 30 months ago · 61 Reply
    • adam, suck a fat one
    • gh Posted 30 months ago · 61 Reply
    • damn that was so much for Adam Johnson, but the photos are so awesome :)
    • Max Posted 30 months ago · 58 Reply
    • dont you play for sunderland adam ?
    • david bailey Posted 30 months ago · 70 Reply
    • I mean, I don't agree with the huge statement that poor Adam made. But I now a lot of photographers, I personally know a quite a few, who take pictures as valuable in quality and meaning as these ones. But they won't be exhibiting their work at ICA. It doesn't make me feel good thinking that the name of an artist can be more valuable than the quality of his/her art, either in craft or in meaning. I don't know about you, as this is just my personal opinion.
    • I agree. Posted 30 months ago · 63 Reply