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Religious buildings, Europe

In the group of works entitled “Religiöse Gebäude, Europa” (Religious Buildings, Europe), 1980, the photographer focuses on the sacred Christian architecture of Europe and its universal formal austerity. Wunderlich uses the represented façades the central perspective or occasionally from the side, to illustrate how religion and aesthetics are inscribed as a conglomerate in the urban architecture of Europe. The black-and-white photographic technique causes the brick buildings to appear as lifeless, concrete bodies. Unlike the depiction of the sacred buildings, Wunderlich creates a hard, unemotional distance.

Mailand
Mailand, 1986
Lille France
Lille France, 1985
Berlin Germany
Berlin Germany, 1984
Roubaix France
Roubaix France, 1984
Glouchester England
Glouchester England, 1982
Langenfeld Germany
Langenfeld Germany, 1982
Duisburg Germany
Duisburg Germany, 1982
Berlin Germany
Berlin Germany, 1982
Düsseldorf Germany
Düsseldorf Germany, 1980
Oberhausen Germany
Oberhausen Germany, 1980
Liége Belgium
Liége Belgium, 1980
Liége Belgium
Liége Belgium, 1980
Düsseldorf Germany
Düsseldorf Germany, 1979
Düsseldorf Germany
Düsseldorf Germany, 1979
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