Andreas Gursky – the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

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Andreas Gursky – German photographer from Leipzig. Most of all he likes to shoot large-scale panoramic photos with such angles that are usually out of reach. And that he’s great at. In 2011, at Christie’s auction of his picture “Rhine II” was sold for a record 4.3 million dollars, becoming at that time the most expensive photograph in the history of auctions.

Photo Vide struck by the grandeur and epic of these works, and invites you to enjoy the best of them.

Andreas Gursky – the Most Expensive Photograph in the World:

Cathedral I, 2007

Andreas Gursky - the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

Pyongyang, 2007

Andreas Gursky - the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

Tour de France 2007

Andreas Gursky - the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

Kamiokande, 2007

Andreas Gursky - the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

99 cents 2001

Andreas Gursky - the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

Rhine II, 1999

Andreas Gursky - the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

Chicago Mercantile Exchange, 1999

Andreas Gursky - the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

Bahrain, 2005

Andreas Gursky - the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

Nha Trang, 2004

Andreas Gursky - the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

Dubai 2008

Andreas Gursky - the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

Kuwait Stock Exchange, 2000

Andreas Gursky - the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

Greeley, 2003

Andreas Gursky - the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

Dortmund, 2009

Andreas Gursky - the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

Montparnasse, Paris, 1993

Andreas Gursky - the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

James Bond Island, 2007

Andreas Gursky - the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

Madonna, 2001

Andreas Gursky - the Most Expensive Photograph in the World

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