A photo series which explores textures and surfaces that characterize New York City. The streets of New York are extremely diverse. One neighborhood is characterized by luxury buildings, while a couple of blocks away you'll find deserted industrial zones. Getting close to textures and structures of buildings and streets is like going on an exploration beneath the surface of the city and discovering the beauty in the ugly. Brick, rust, old ripped flyers, street art and dissolving paint. The photo series has been an ongoing project through the last four years living in NYC and is inspired by photographer Aaron Siskind (1903-1991) who is known for abstract expressionism and photographs that are closely related to structures of architecture and nature.

The photos have been exhibited at Gallery TM51 in Oslo, Norway and at HardingarT in Utne, Norway.
Three photo prints on aluminium are sold. 
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