Juergen Teller’s ‘i must reside’ explores magnificence and fragility at Triennale Milano

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Juergen Teller is thought for seeing the sweetness within the mundane. The famend German photographer strips again the shiny lacquer of perfection to disclose authenticity – typically by injecting humour into his candid celeb portraits and vogue editorials. His newest exhibition, ‘i must reside’, is now on show at Triennale Milano (till 1 April 2024), after its inaugural exhibiting in Paris’ Grand Palais Ephémère.

Juergen Teller ‘i must reside’ at Triennale Milano

Self-Portrait with pink shorts and balloons, Paris 2017

(Picture credit score: Courtesy of Juergen Teller)

Saint Laurent united with Juergen Teller because the sponsor of this career-spanning exhibition that presents greater than 1,000 works. Anticipate to find imagery that’s each private and commissioned, giving guests an opportunity to dive into occasions which have formed Teller’s life.

Yves Saint Laurent, Paris, 2000

Yves Saint Laurent, Paris, 2000

(Picture credit score: Courtesy of Juergen Teller)

The exhibition is curated by Thomas Weski in collaboration with Teller and his spouse and inventive accomplice Dovile Drizyte. Teller’s uniquely twisted perspective has formed the showcase, which celebrates the sweetness and fragility of life.

Björk and son in thermal pool

Björk and son, Iceland 1993

(Picture credit score: Courtesy of Juergen Teller)

‘i must reside’ explores Teller’s inventive evolution from the early Nineties, spanning pictures, movies and installations, and features a photographic collection created for the exhibition. Uncover private imagery of Yves Saint Laurent in Paris, Björk and her son in Iceland, and self-portraits of Teller from childhood to the current day.

Additionally featured is a collection wherein Teller and Drizyte discover their relationship, marriage and parenting, ‘outlined by a attribute combine of significant and intimate however typically humorous characters created in a grotesque type’, says Stefano Boeri, president of Triennale Milano.

Octopus on bed

(Picture credit score: Courtesy of Juergen Teller)

Self-portrait of Juergen Teller in armchair, annotated with ironic notes for image enhancement

Self-portrait for Enterprise of Vogue, London 2015

(Picture credit score: Courtesy of Juergen Teller)

Legs of semi-nude models in tights and high heels

Legs, Saint Laurent Spring Summer season 2019 marketing campaign, Lake Como, Italy 2018

(Picture credit score: Courtesy of Juergen Teller)

Woman in acrobatic pose on pavement

Go-Sees, Domenique, London, twenty ninth September 1998

(Picture credit score: Courtesy of Juergen Teller)

wasps in dish of jam

Forest No.93, South Tyrol, Italy 2020

(Picture credit score: Courtesy of Juergen Teller)

Feet up on sofa back in front of artwork

The Fable No.50, Grand Resort Villa Serbelloni, Bellagio, 2022

(Picture credit score: Courtesy of Juergen Teller)

‘i must reside’ is at Triennale Milano till 1 April 2024

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