Thomas Struth

Thomas Struth, photographic work titles ‘Unconscious Spaces’ (1977-2012), it is apparent at first viewing the bond between the photography and architecture present.

In the collection of black and white photographs, capturing by travelling around to different places like New York, Tokyo and Naples the images are representing an energy from unveiling these unexpected places around the cities.
After experiencing New York City the intentions and nature of Struth’s photographs became more precise. he began to take interest in the Beaugrenelle Project in Paris. Once in Paris the development of his work became to mix with urban commercial and residential use with distinctively the high-rise towers built around 1970’s. his first set off work was based on contemporary urban planning and structures capturing the early modernism in Paris.

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