RALF BRUECKIn Deconstruction, German artist Ralf Brueck uses digital effects to elongate and distort urban landscapes. Futuristic and surreal, the series creates imagined realities that mark a radical departure from our own.
MATTHIAS HEIDERICHAn ongoing series by self-taught photographer Matthias Heiderich, Reflections captures radiant architectural facades in unexpected places. Shot during a road trip through Canada and the US, the images blur the boundary between photography and graphic design in bold technicolour.
HARRY CORY WRIGHTEnglish photographer Harry Cory Wright often spends several days on location to familiarise himself with the light and atmosphere of the remote landscapes he documents. The result is a body of work that sensitively captures the enigmatic scenery of the British Isles, from mist-covered highlands to wild coastlines.
DELPHINE BURTINEncouble by Swiss artist Delphine Burtin plays with visual perception to distort seemingly ordinary images into something more uncertain. In a series of ‘visual accidents’, photographs are reconfigured to create a
trompe l’oeil effect designed to make the viewer look twice.
WILLIAM EGGLESTONThe Democratic Forest series by photographer William Eggleston depicts industrial and residential landscapes, rural back roads and other everyday scenes. Taken in the mid-1980s across America and Europe, the photographs transform the ordinary into distinctive, poetic images.
The Democratic Forest runs from October 27 – December 17 2016 at New York’s David Zwirner gallery
COHEN VAN BALENLondon-based artists Revital Cohen and Tuur Van Balen work with objects, installation, film and photography to explore materials and processes. Their 2015 work From Below, is a series of still life images that reference the parallels between Iceland’s geology and the country’s evolving political and economic climate.
LEE YOONJEANStill-Life, a photo series by Seoul-based photographer Lee Yoonjean, carefully documents everyday objects and settings. Exploring unorthodox composition and camera angles, her photography aims to cast a subtle new light on details that are often overlooked.
GABRIELE ROSSILiterole by Italian photographer Gabriele Rossi explores how the sea is experienced throughout the seasons. By tracing the transformation of the landscape, the image series conveys a sense of both solitude and life. www.gabrielerossifoto.com
LAURENT KRONENTALSouvenir d'un Futur by photographer Laurent Kronental documents the lives of senior citizens living in the “Grands Ensembles” (large housing projects) in Paris. Highlighting the futuristic design and vast scale of complexes built in the 1970s and 1980s, the series presents modernist architecture and its residents in a striking new context. www.laurentkronental.com