Barbara Rossi: Changing Landscape

Changing Landscape is a photographic research about landscape transfromations and urbanization along the Red Sea coast of Egypt. Says Barbara: Working on the concept behind the development of contemporary cities I question how natural and manmade environments are commonly represented and how they interact with each other in a country...

Gianmaria Gava: Buildings

The project Buildings is an ongoing research about the archetypical forms in architecture. The images mix layers of concrete reality and digital abstraction, revealing geometry as the grammar of the architectural language. After a reduction process of the visual information, once functional elements have been removed, the constructions appear as...

Lorenzo Linthout: Vertical Buildings

Vertical Buildings is a photographic project, created by the Italian architect Lorenzo Linthout, that concerns slender european architectures in the sky, decontextualized from the urban context, with clean lines. Cement, steel or glass, without windows or completely glazed, straight, crooked or with curved lines, these buildings are joined by their...

Vincenzo Labellarte: Omnia Mutantur

Says Vincenzo: Everything changes, through space and time. The cities we live in are a constantly mutating organism stratified during the centuries. Rome, in particular, reveals the traces of its changes: the first defensive walls establishig an impassable limit nowadays go across the main railway station of the city, a...

Ruta Krau: Rough Brutalism

Toronto-based photographer Ruta Krau has captured stunning photographs of the Andrews Building, one of Canada’s most noted brutalist buildings, and a celebrated part of Toronto’s concrete architecture. Designed by John Andrews, architect of Toronto’s iconic CN Tower, the Andrews Building embodies the Modernist ethos of connecting with the surrounding environment,...

Paolo Iommelli: Inside the Landscape

The unrepeatable architecture urban of the Sassi of Matera tells the ability of man to adapt perfectly to the environment and the natural environment, using with simple features such as the constant temperature of the excavated environments, the same calcarenite of the rocky counterpart for the construction of houses outside...

Alessandro Gallo: With the Best of Intentions

Dozens of incomplete or uninhabited buildings stand guards of the village - Cagnano Varano - suspended between the sea, the lake and the mountains. We could call it the town of unfulfilled hopes, because most of these buildings were built by numerous citizens who emigrated abroad in the 50s. Thus,...

Pierre Descamps: Monuments

In this series „Monuments“, it is worth underscoring his use of offset, a reproduction method proper to print culture. Having said that, despite being printed on low-quality paper like that used in magazines (therein the titles allusive to page numbers) the artist materialises the work in a single copy which...