‘Maybe you can hear me’ is a series of personal reflections on existential questions. I composed multiple photographs to establish visual paths that formed displaced narratives, questions, juxtapositions and more lies. The algebraic numbering on the images is a forceful and assertive element that emphasizes an individual perspective that may or may not have meaning.
— Nik Lee
By dangling sheets of colored gels in front of the camera, these "straight" street photos look multi-layered and super-saturated — a fresh way to see ordinary surroundings.
Photographercreates highly detailed large-scale views of high-rise structures that are homes to millions in modern Hong Kong.
The concrete world of buildings and architecture are transformed by the photographer's eye into swooping abstractions, playful scenes, moments of pure visual pleasure.
A year-long retrospective of Christenberry's work is on display at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington. Aperture has also published a new book of his life's work. Here, we share a representative portfolio of his work, accompanied by a 17 minute audio commentary by Christenberry himself.