this picture is very nice because it has a lot of colours and instead of one part of the picture standing out the whole thing stands out

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phillipsdepury: ANDREAS GURSKY | Rimini, 2003 | colour coupler print mounted on Plexiglas in artist’s frame

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Rhein II. Photo by German artist Andreas Gursky. Sold for $4.3 million. Most expensive photograph ever sold. (Ridiculous!... and it's Photoshopped!)

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Andreas Gursky, 99 Cent II Diptychon, 2001

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i think it stands out because it being bent and it you look closely out find out their is nothing on it

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Andreas Gursky. This image captures the amount of people that work in factories even though you dont see them. There is vivid pink throughout this picture

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I like this photo by Andreas Gursky because it is in a lot of detail even in the background of the photo. To improve it I would add a few different coloured wheels or items to add interest.

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Andreas Gursky. Times Square, New York. 1997

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