This is the latest in my ever-expanding Open Series. One of which–by the way–was included in Fraction Magazine’s 9th anniversary issue. This pile of former trees was cleared to continue route 171 southward in Kansas as a dual lane highway.
Added a new image to the “Open” series. This is not in Syria or Afghanistan but Hays, Kansas. Not sure if it was hit by a tornado or a wrecking ball. Maybe both… See the rest of the series HERE.
Tangier is a fantastic sensory overload, but we were ready to get back to Spain already by our second day there. A bit overwhelming for the old travelers.
I can’t put this series to bed. Like looking for sea shells, it triggers an obsessive-compulsive response. See the rest of the “Painted” series HERE.
The list of 19 Collateral Events at the Biennale Architecture 2016 was announced yesterday, you’ll find Time Space Existence listed on page 4.
And an update: My photos have been shipped off; Giulia with the GAA Foundation tells me they are released from Italian Customs and have arrived successfully in Venice. And just so you know not a single detail of the adventure will be go unreported: I have decided on a paint color for the wall they will hang on: RAL 7005 “Mouse Grey”.
I am very honored and thrilled to announce that I’ve been invited to present my architectural photography at the GAA Foundation’s Time Space Existence exhibit at the 2016 Venice Architectural Biennale, and with a generous grant from the European Cultural Center I will indeed be participating! The exhibit has traditionally featured the works of architects but is expanded this year to include architectural photography as well. Fellow invitees include Toyo Ito, Peter Eisenman and Zaha Hadid. I’m just sayin’.
The photo is of the 2014 Biennale, taken by Marcus Bredt.
Stay tuned for updates…