Category: Sense of Place
Photo and caption by Diana Anghel
Being brought up in what can be called a brutalist block of flats, in an entire brutalist neighbourhood and consequently in a large concrete city, which is Bucharest, my interest towards this movement in architecture arose naturally. What I try to achieve with this photograph is to further communicate my very own view over this type of architecture. Rather than following the geometry, symmetry and perspectives, which are visually appealing for most of people, I have turned the camera a bit in order to distract the viewer from these and show a more tyrannical architecture.
Location: Barbican Centre, London, UK
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