Office buildings after work, car parks at night, and deserted motorway flyovers: such moments and subjects are preserved through the photographs of British artist, Dan Holdsworth. Since the late 90s, Holdsworth has developed a reputation as one of the most innovative British photographers currently working with landscapes. His early series concentrated on the quiet moments in everyday spaces and such subjects are the basis for Holdsworth's more recent examination of technology and isolation in modern society. Over the past few years he has traveled internationally, studying the areas where technology and architecture are representative of an accelerated economic world at their most removed and alien. The photographs are silent and iconic witnesses of our world. Collected here are 80 beautifully reproduced images spanning more than a decade of Holdworth's career.
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