Andrea Galvani Photography

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Andrea Galvani, Italien photographer based in New York and Mexico, did a series called “A few invisible structures”. She integrates hidden elements into the setting and plays with structures and figures like symmetrical, circular, triangular and linear shapes.
A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

A few invisible structures

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Posted by creoflick 7 years ago from: http://www.andreagalvani.com/

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