Filip Dujardin‘s digitally assembled photographs of buildings that don’t (and often couldn’t) exist are on display at the Chazen through May 16. Worth the trip. More Dujardin images at BLDGBLOG.
I would call this type of work surreal photoshop art rather than photography, and normally I’m not fond of that sort of stuff, but those pictures shown at BLDGBLOG were skillfully constructed and induce a weird kind of (existential?) emotional response that I don’t completely understand. I think I’ll go see the exhibit soon. (I’m a serious amateur photographer.)
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