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Andrés Gallardo Albajar’s Photography Showcases Architectural Variety in Lithuania

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Self-taught photographers sometimes have a way of capturing the world that is less contrived than those who have studied the art. This is the case with Andrés Gallardo Albajar, a Spanish photographer whose series ‘Urban Geometry’ sets out to capture the angles and greyness of the city with a different slant.

These are images born out of curiosity and constructed with an instinctive compositional flair. In this instalment of his series he documents the contrast of brutalist communist era architecture with sleeker, more recent buildings.

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Omar Majeed

Omar is a staff writer at Visual Broadcast, and is particularly interested in photography, art and design.

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