Top 5 of Lonely Elements in the Landscape

In this Top 5 of Lonely Elements in the Landscape we show you five artists who play with the scale in the passage through the portrait of different singular objects. Through each series, photographers confer the leading role to isolated elements, conforming a sometimes unreal scale of the territory.

 

‘West’ by Coby Cobb

To start our Top 5 of Lonely Elements in the Landscape, we bring you the particular vision in the ‘West’ by Coby Cobb makes us show a series of landscapes almost surreal, where through post-production introduces unique elements in volcanic or deseric landscapes. Among large mountains or immense and dense forests, the work of Cobb stands out for the delicacy in the game with the scale.

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‘La costa gris’ by Salva López

The photographic series ‘La Costa Gris’ by Salva López shows a melancholic vision of winter on the Mediterranean coast. Far from the summer bustle, the photographer portrays a variety of common objects, which appear as the sole protagonists of the landscape.

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‘Black and White’ by Michael Levin

About the photographer Michael Levin, his work ‘Black and White’ portrays a series of fragments of the landscape. The artist’s ability to produce a minimalist aesthetic is reinforced by the potential of light in black and white photographs.

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‘No Monuments while traveling’ by Mario Pucic

Continuing with the Top 5 of Lonely Elements in the Landscape, we bring you a very unique journey below. The Croatian photographer Mario Pucic is portraying throughout the landscape pieces as diverse as street furniture, vehicles or gas stations. In this way, the artist turns these elements into the protagonists of his work.

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‘Kaleidoscopic’ by Maria Baoli

The last example of our Top 5 Lonely Elements in the Landscape, we bring you the photographic project by Maria Baoli, “Kaleidoscopic”. The key of the artist is to play with the duality of two opposite spaces, which are connected through the pure geometry of a triangular mirror.

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