SKY.LINES photographic exhibition in London
Thursday 05 June 2014
Lloyd's Register is hosting SKY.LINES exhibition by photographer Christopher Hauser in the Richard Rogers building in London. Christopher Hauser’s work focuses on the beautiful, dramatic and complex scenery of skylines found around the world. Whether it is a soaring skyscraper or a huge city bathing in a beautiful sunset, a city skyline represents our culture through a strong sense of impersonality, depicting structures and patterns of collective existence. In the same way that architecture mirrors our culture through abstract art, urban zones show us interplay between the spaces of leisure and commerce and of history and modernism; and like human beings every building and every skyline is unique.
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