A photographic study of lively retrofit, physical superstructures and cultural symbols.
AUTHOR: Patrick Davidson (United States)
Patrick Davidson is a fine art photographer working and living in New York City. With each image to celebrate the sacredness and mystery of the city's architecture, Patrick steps into each shot with very particular intentions. 1. To line his lens up with clusters of architecture, then capture the density and lively retrofit of physical superstructures and cultural symbols. 2. To honor the intent of ornate urban water fountains during the spring to summer sequence, the bokeh-bath series is a perpetual documentary.
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