Arc*Scape

Arc*scape

A photo-project by Tadayoshi Nakamura

Arc*scape is a photo project by Tadayoshi Nakamura launched in Japan and started in 2009.

The project speaks about conformism and academism in architecture and photography. It's an attempt to give a realistic and atypical vision of architecture in its urban environment by revisiting architecture photography as beautification.

Offering a radical point of view, as well as form and substance, it's also an attempt to escape the rules, by including undesirable and disturbing elements.

The result is possibly puzzling and provocative...

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Arc*scape

A photo-project by Tadayoshi Nakamura

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