The architectural photography is a "niche art" that has many followers. The German artist Reinhard Görner is one of them. Since 1982, this photographer travels the four corners of the globe in search most beautiful pictures of historic and contemporary architecture. His passion was born on the university benches by discovering"Architectural Phototography" of Julius Shulman. In more than 40 years, Reinhard was able to make a name for itself in the middle and today we will be interested in one of his most fascinating artistic projects.
Since 2008, Reinhard Görner feeds a creative project dubbed soberly "Libraries". As the name suggests, the artist goes around the world to take a picture of the most beautiful libraries, from Berlin à Oxford. A project that counts to date more than 50 photos which put forward the incredible symmetry and opulent architecture spectacular libraries he discovers.
Places full of history, culture and spirituality that the artist illustrates in the best way in his various contributions."My goal is to always open spaces, be they visual, mental or spiritual. I want to transcend the spirits in a quieter, more creative world. " explains the artist. To know more about Reinhard Görner, meeting on his portfolio.
Imagined by: Reinhard Görner