Andreas Gursky (born Leipzig, 1955) photographs landscapes and interior views, carefully manipulating their perspective to create a strange sense of order. This exhibition of nine large-scale color photographs surveyed Gursky’s work from the 1990s and revealed a neutral observation of constructed environments, including stock exchanges, racetracks, highways and hotel atriums. Gursky’s images suggested neutrality and posed no moral judgments about our culture. A former student of Bernd and Hilla Becher, Gursky lives and works in Dusseldorf, Germany. His work has been shown widely in the United States, Europe and Japan. Organized by the Milwaukee Museum of Art, this is the first museum exhibition of Gursky’s work in the United States. This exhibition was sponsored by the Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations, Stuttgart.