Have you heard of him?
I was only introduced to his art recently (but maybe I’ve been living under a rock?), and it’s sublime. It melds architecture, minimalism, installation and photography together to create spaces that only exist in his beautiful images. When I first saw them, I thought maybe he had used Photoshop… but he actually builds these sets inside derelict buildings and then photographs them. Super cool, right?
What do you think of his works? Or do you prefer more traditional art?