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Sat 23rd Feb at 11:00am Tues-Sun - 6:00pm Tues-Sun except 9:00pm Thurs

Juergen Teller Solo Exhibition

@ Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), London

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Juergen Teller Solo Exhibition

The ICA is delighted to announce that Juergen Teller will be the subject of a major solo exhibition which will open in January 2013. The exhibition will present new and recent photography.

Juergen Teller was born in Erlangen, Germany in 1964. He studied at the Bayerische Staatslehranstalt fur Photographie in Munich, and has lived and worked in London since 1986.

In 2003, Teller was awarded the Citibank Prize for Photography, and, in 2007 was asked to represent the Ukraine as one of five artists in the 52nd Venice Biennale. He has also participated in group shows at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and Tate Modern in London. As well as being the subject of several solo exhibitions at the The Photographers Gallery, London (1998), the Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna (2004) and the Fondation Cartier Pour l’art Contemporain, Paris (2006), Teller also exhibited Man With Banana at The Dallas Contemporary Museum and Touch Me at Daelim Contemporary Art Museum in Seoul, Korea.

For the past fourteen years, Teller has been working with Marc Jacobs on his advertising campaigns which were collated in the book, Marc Jacobs Advertising 1998-2009 by Steidl, currently in its 2nd edition. Teller has also had long collaborations with other designers over the years, including Helmut Lang, Yves Saint Laurent, Vivienne Westwood and more recently, Celine. His photographs have been published in influential international publications such as W Magazine, i-D and Purple.

Teller has produced numerous monographs over the years, including the most recent Steidl publication, Keys to the House (2011), which documents the landscape and activity around his house in Suffolk. The publication of Master III is also due later this year.