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Today I would like to feature Donata Wenders‘ photography of a world renowned architect Tadao Ando.

In her bio Wenders mentions that she doesn’t direct her subjects, instead she observes and looks to showcase genuine expressions, body language, posture and appearance. Wenders develops an intimate communication between her subject and her lenses that is effortlessly passed on to the viewer.

Black and white photography has always appealed to me for uncovering details that can sometimes get lost in colors and Wenders’ selective background compliments the architects philosophy of nothingness and empty space.

 

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