NONSPACE by EMILY GRUNDON

As you can tell, I’m currently obsessed with monochromatic and minimal photography. Found via minimalissimo.com, Emily Grundon‘s photography work titled ‘Nonspace’ is very intriguing. According to the UK-based photographer:

“This work depicts several sites that are all considered to be successful and established exhibition spaces – constructed with the sole intention of displaying works of art. Nonspace not only aims to enhance the architectural quality of simplicity, moreover, it is intended that these observations commend the position of the photograph as a document of something that traditionally leads a relatively invisible existence.”

Images via emilygrundon.co.uk

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