A somehow brutal looking iron sculpture by Eduardo Paolozzi, titled “For Leonardo” (1986). Must have taken a few cranes to put that thing there.
An urban post-everything installation (post-modern, post-industrial, post-social, post-retro, post-I care, etc.)
Found in Via Woolf, Rome, Italy
Frauenkirche, Dresden, Germany
Interior shot with reflections, shadows and a little selfie, 2011
Photo by Johannes Beilharz.
I am a German painter and amateur photographer. My art and photos are in symbiosis and often confluent. Photography to me is an intense way of discovering, reflecting and experiencing my environment, be it where I live or where I happen to be on the road. I prefer authenticity to technical perfection and therefore avoid excessive editing. However, I do modify photos or create photomontages for specific artistic purposes.
I mostly work with an Olympus DSLR and Android smartphones but also occasionally with analog Leica and Rollei cameras.
Thank you, Photographers of Colour, for publishing my submission! I’m honored.
Via Joyce, Rome, Italy, today
Posted for No Edit Friday.
This photo has not been edited - it’s come straight from Vignette for Android. The only thing added is the credit…
Tourists destroying art
At first I thought I couldn’t trust my eyes, but the sad truth is that people apparently have so little respect for these medieval frescoes that they end up destroying them with their scribbled names. And it looks like this is no modern-day event if Mr. Sinibaldi really eternalized himself in 1898…
Monastery of S. Benedict, Subiaco, Lazio, Italy