Bright architecture

Funktionsorte is the latest journey of Matthias Heiderich, a German photographer whose work has already been shown here. Still carrying his style of impeccable compositions and bright colors, Heiderich once again presents a fresh look over the surrounding urban architecture, emphasizing saturated tones of structures we’re used to see only in shades of gray. Check…

Oh, saturated world

Andreas Gursky is one of today’s most celebrated living photographers, and it’s not difficult to understand why. His enormous photographs, sometimes over 10 feet wide, express with huge loads of visual information questions about our social behavior, the consumerism culture we live in and the saturation of mass communication. From supermarkets to stock markets, from…

Buildings Made of Sky

Peter Wegner is an American artist involved with photography, painting, installation, sculpture, collage and drawing. Amongst so many talents, the multifaceted artist came up with the interesting Buildings Made of Sky series, in which he photographs the silhouette of urban buildings and landscapes upside down, revealing imaginary sky-made buildings in the space between the structures.…

Colors and movements of the urban night

The great and agitated centers have been dictating human’s life pace since the beginning of the last century, when the great urban machinery first began to howl. Since then, the life in the cities has been faster and more frenetic, saturated with information and movement. This influence comes alive on the paintings by Alexandra Pacula,…