The lure in a Michael Levin photograph is simplicity but its logic comes from a more complex awareness of space. What Levin does best is to find common objects and make them compelling as an image. Unlike some photographers who apply thematic rules to their choice of subjects or weight the work with conceptual ideas, Levin puts himself out there more freely, riffing on the unexpected possibilities in found locations and objects.
He is not trying to prove a theory but rather tell the story of his experience in a clear, precise language. And he instinctually understands the visual order of space.
Take a look at our selection of beautiful black and white minimalist landscapes captured by Michael and see that less is often more.