This post could have been titled ‘Andreas Gursky: Eat Your Heart Out’, but that’s perhaps a bit of a graphic idiom to have as a title.
German photographer Gursky is known for his large format photographs that feature architecture and landscape in colour, and whose work in real life is breathtaking - prints often displayed on a huge scale. Architecture is a genre of photography in itself, with buildings almost built to be photographed such are their remarkable designs. Here we’re celebrating the details in architecture, with images in this gallery framed by the photographer in a particular way that create immersive, abstract, and downright satisfying imagery. Some you may well recognise without prompt, while some you may well not.