Framing urban geometries

“Photographing architecture is a little like understanding architecture itself, a way to get a feeling for an inanimate object.” That is how Italian photographer Martina Biccheri, born in 1987, explains her passion for architectural photography.

The winner of the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards, Martina Biccheri has shown her work in galleries and museums all over the world. Some of her photographs are currently at Rome’s Macro Museum, others at the International House of Photography in Bratislava, and other yet at the Somerset House gallery in London.


© Martina Biccheri


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