Thomas Ruff

Astronomy has fascinated artist Thomas Ruff since childhood

He has made several series of works drawing on images from the Nasa archive, the latest of which, ma.r.s., adds saturated colour to the original Nasa images to create painterly illustrations (ma.r.s. 03_II shown). The series is on show at the Gagosian Gallery, 6–24 Britannia St, London WC1 from March 8.

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