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40" x 57.5"
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Hahnemühle 100% Cotton Photo Rag Baryta
Roma Shadowbox Museum Black
$2,845.00
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Paper Size:
40" x 57.5"

Image Size:
35" x 52.5"

Paper:
Hahnemühle 100% Cotton Photo Rag Baryta

Frame:
Roma Shadowbox Museum Black

Price:
$2,845.00

Shipping:
FREE

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Every purchase includes, at season's end, our beautiful large format Journal of all 52 photographs and the story of each, by the photographer.

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I view architecture in a very graphical and geometric manner, and prefer to present architectural photographs in black & white. Architecture interacts with humanity in meaningful and complex ways. Architecture is a merger of form and function, shapes and angles, contrast and contours. This image illustrates the sharp contact that occurs when two lines of a building meet.  The building featured in this image, which is flipped upside-down to accentuate the contact, is the Los Angeles Department of Water & Power building, located in downtown LA. Water and power. So basic. So mundane. Architecture brings greater meaning to even the most basic elements of our world.

Ben Arnon is a New York and Los Angeles-based visual journalist who specializes in documentary, editorial, and architectural photography. He documents the unflinching honesty of people’s lives and is particularly interested in examining socio-economic, class, and racial themes amongst and within communities of people. Ben is intrigued by the unique group dynamics and social performances that take place within different sub-cultures of people. Ben writes frequently for the Huffington Post, offering social commentary on a wide array of topics including visual arts, culture, society, digital media, and politics.

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