“Paisajes mínimos” (Minimal landscapes) is a conceptual exploration of the symbolic role of nature in contemporary cities.
The photographs in this series depict urban environments in which gardens are integrated into pre-eminent buildings, in parallel to the general spread of ecological thinking and the appearance of new interpretations of nature’s presence in town, from environmental commitment to “greenwashing”.
Jorge Yeregui is an architect, fine art photographer and lecturer at the University of Málaga. He studied Architecture at the University of Sevilla (2003). His photographic work investigates urban and territory transformations. The relation between architecture and environmental awareness and the influence of global markets on urban development are the backbone of his projects. His recent works take the form of large visual essays, often including texts, video and installations.
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