Tag: blackandwhite

Trees Landscape of Vietnam

Photographer Hoang Nhiem extends his interests to social issues and human influences on nature. In his photographs, nature is not just an landscape/object but a victim in a story that needs to be told.

“From Hà Giang to Trà Vinh, I capture resilient trees in their habitat. In my photographs, I use infrared technique to convey their beauty and strong vitality, despite the destruction caused by humanity in their path to ‘develop’ and find convenient comfort.”

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Sun Harmonics

The site of Hue was chosen for its particular properties meeting the requirements of geomancy (Feng Shui) for the establishment of the Nguyen dynasty in the early nineteenth century.

Successively , the emperors prepared and built their graves for their last journey into the afterlife.

The vital fluxes still shine through these funeral palaces whose arrangement scrupulously follows the esoteric rules.

On the site of the tomb of the Emperor Minh Mang where the art of the garden and palaces is at its edge,

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Sleeping on a Shell

Album – Venus Genesis

On the wall, the plan of a medieval city.
This seat has feet of great finesse, designed for a use beyond the functional.
In this architectural space, the nude is nourrished by the mathematical properties that are reflected on the lenticular mirror.
She lies down on the couch and the perfection of his vertebral column is emerging along its body
“Your building are just lures. I cannot be seen in any reflection”.

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