The slow death of places
This series of 8 images is the second chapter in my examination of the odd and sometimes perplexing beauty of the contemporary urban landscape.
In this set, I look at places that are neglected, abandoned, slated for demolition or repurposing.
Much like human beings. locations have a life span. These locations are in their dying days.
Inspired by Düsseldorf School artists such as photographer Andreas Gursky and painter Gerhard Richter, I often choose to depict the perplexing aspects of the human condition and the sublime beauty of the ordinary in my work.
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"The Holy Cross"
"The Tomb of Lazarus"
"The Temple of Zurubbabel"
"The Tabernacle of Moses"
"The Temple of Salomon"
"The Crown of Thorns"
"The House of Mary Magdalene"
"The Temple of the End of Times