Museum Triangle (Dallas, Texas) by Nikola Olic

The museum tower in downtown Dallas was a crucial architectural addition intended to solidify the urban core of the city in proximity to a strong arts community, placing the tower close to both the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Klyde Warren Park, whose reflective stage covering provided an interesting geometric and colorful addition to the elegant facade of the museum tower a few blocks behind.
[http://www.structurephotography.org/show2.asp?from=link_published&image=museumtriangle]


... Using only a single camera and minimal Photoshopping, Olic creates abstract images that present the metropolis in a new light: “Instead of just taking a photograph, I move around a building and slightly change and adjust the composition. The object is manipulated by walking, zooming, checking sun angles, climbing garages…”
[https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/gallery/2018/feb/17/urban-landscapes-reimagined-in-pictures]
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Media: photography