A number of pictures from “ABQ,” the newest sequence by London-based photographer Lewis Kahn (beforehand featured right here). Drawn from a sequence of significant encounters with strangers and place in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Khan’s pictures seize the attitude of an outsider wanting in.
With a fascination for the desert, and the methods during which human intervention interacts with the terrain, Kahn took an curiosity in Albuquerque. Focusing his time within the metropolis and its peripheries over a span of two weeks, he describes the ensuing pictures as “the beginning factors of a relationship to position.” By putting himself alone in a brand new and unfamiliar setting, he sought a heightened and deliberate approach of viewing and fascinating together with his environment as he traveled by means of the town on foot, making serendipitous connections with folks and the panorama.
See extra from “ABQ” beneath!