Architectural photographer Antje Hanebeck has tackled a big theme: reconstructed space. And her paradigm-shifting photographs in this stunning, large-format volume are a far cry from a literal documentation of the buildings she shoots. Instead, they are a complicated and beautiful interpretation of space, raising at least as many questions as they answer. Here are Hanebeck's evocative, black and white photos of a number of Germany's most talked-about buildings Daniel Libeskind's Jewish Museum and Frank Gehry's DZ Bank in Berlin, Zaha Hadid's Phaeno Science Center in Wolfsburg, among them. The photographer produces coarse, calotype-style prints that disorient the viewer, creating an oscillation between positive and negative.
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