Posts Tagged ‘abstract architecture

26
Nov
11

brancolina :: URBAN STORIES photo book




Urban environment is a genuine hub of various activities and cultural expressions, ‘cityscapes’ conjure up multifarious visual associations, memories, and experiences that together signal the city’s distinctiveness. For this series I photographed urban scenes with authentic details that triggered my thoughts and aesthetic feelings by geometric juxtaposition of urban elements and
architectural semiotics .

The city is a symbol, and there is symbolization of the city, but it is in the image itself, apprehended through and by discourse, that what the city represents for man is revealed and expressed. Raymond Ledrut (‘The Images of the City’)

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04
Jul
11

brancolina :: 6 more place in london











photography©brancolina2011

Details of the façade construction from the office building situated at 6 More place in London, designed by Foster and partners architects.

23
Apr
11

RED SQUARE GALLERY pt 1 :: architectural and urban photography


RED SQUARE GALLERY is specialized in architectural and urban photography. Every 10 days a selection of 6-8 photos with a short interview is presented on the gallery’s blog.

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RED SQUARE GALLERY presents galaad redsquaregallery#5: elen@c mluisa 

RED SQUARE GALLERY presents xgray RED SQUARE GALLERY presents gherm redsquaregallery presents polah2006

17
Mar
11

fredericjg :: Urban point of view



Urban photography from frederic-JG

18
Dec
10

brancolina :: urban conversation #2

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18
Dec
10

brancolina :: urban conversation #1

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01
Oct
10

brancolina :: wave

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photography:©brancolina, all rights reserved

Published in WINDOW STORIES

29
Sep
10

brancolina :: window stories, photo book

This book is a collection of visual stories written on windows. I was looking for interesting details, signs of human presence and reflections on window panes, those differences in repetition that add a touch of inconsistency to the strict order of a facade’s structural design and lend it a spatial dimension.

“Modern life is such that, confronted with the most mechanical, the most 
stereotypical repetitions, inside and outside ourselves, we endlessly extract from them little differences, variations and modifications. Conversely, secret, disguised and hidden repetitions, animated by the perpetual displacement of a difference, restore bare, mechanical and stereotypical repetitions, within and without us.” G.Deleuze, Difference and repetition

Concept, layouts and photography: Brancolina
Size: 20x25cm (10×8″)
80 pages, 40 photos

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