Here are three photographers whose landscape work we’ve enjoyed recently for its originality and unusual approach…
In Northern Japan, Arito Nishiki photographs the wild weather on this ever-changing coast, capturing the vivid movement and the winter darkness. This series is named after a village that slipped into the sea due to the relentless erosion from the force of nature. Immerse yourself in his world here.
Martin Venezky and Barbara Levine: Horizon
A beautifully balanced collage concept, perfectly executed to give a time-spanning cinematic appeal, both with their stuttering zoetrope construction and flashes of vintage film colour. More of these atmospheric visual vignettes here, and a fascinating insight into their creation.
A considered approach that produces quietly and beautifully detailed images of landscape – especially water – and the infrastructure that contains and guides it.
“Infrastructure….can be found anywhere and addressed at any time – a silent object that allows for one-sided interpretation”.
Take in his pictures of unstoppable forces and immovable objects here and look over his gorgeous catalogue of published work here.