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Blazej Marczak - Peru. Images © Blazej Marczak. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.

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In 2011 Blazej Marczak spent two months traveling around Peru. Unattached to any plan, the photographer followed his instincts only and took photographic notes of the places he passed by or stayed in.

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Felippo Menichetti - What Remains: Meditations on a Landscape, 2012. Images © Felippo Menichetti. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.

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What Remains is a project realized during a journey along the West coast of Jutland Peninsula, Denmark. The identity of these desolated places, suffering a constant depopulation from decades, seems to inhabit a suspended time, which rises from the monumental witnesses left from history.

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Gerry Judah, Great War Commemorative Sculptures at St. Paul’s Cathdedral, 2014. Photography by David Barbour. Used here by kind permission. All rights reserved.

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Stéphanie Roland - Ideal City, 2013. Image © Stéphanie Roland. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.
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The series Ideal city deals with utopia, dystopia and anticipation. Stéphanie Roland was interested in how the representation of Future can reveal us a lot about our Present.
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Stéphanie Roland - Ideal City, 2013. Image © Stéphanie Roland. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.

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The series Ideal city deals with utopia, dystopia and anticipation. Stéphanie Roland was interested in how the representation of Future can reveal us a lot about our Present.

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Philipp Schaerer - Bildbauten, 2008. Image © Philipp Schaerer. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.
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The rapid development of computer and information technology has fundamentally changed the relationship between image and architecture as well as their perception. The series of images with the title Bildbauten deals with the effect and the claim to credibility of images of architecture that appear to be photographs.
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Philipp Schaerer - Bildbauten, 2008. Image © Philipp Schaerer. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.

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The rapid development of computer and information technology has fundamentally changed the relationship between image and architecture as well as their perception. The series of images with the title Bildbauten deals with the effect and the claim to credibility of images of architecture that appear to be photographs.

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Diversity in Monotony

Diversity in Monotony

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Ilia Yefimovich - Portraits in the Landscape, 2013. Image © Ilia Yefimovich. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.
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Portraits in the Landscape is a project by Russian-Israeli photographer Ilia Yefimovich, a young photographer who covered topics such as Gaza operation “Summer Rains” and the home front command during the 2nd Lebanon war in 2006.
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Ilia Yefimovich - Portraits in the Landscape, 2013. Image © Ilia Yefimovich. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.

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Portraits in the Landscape is a project by Russian-Israeli photographer Ilia Yefimovich, a young photographer who covered topics such as Gaza operation “Summer Rains” and the home front command during the 2nd Lebanon war in 2006.

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Abandoned

Abandoned

Dereliction

Dereliction

Into the unknown

Into the unknown