France-based photographer and graphic designer Dimitri Bourriau is a “multifaceted self-taught artist” with a passion for urban exploration and mainly abandoned places.
Always looking to reveal abandoned parallel dimensions, Dimitri travels the globe looking for places in decline—therefore, his latest series centers INNUENDO TEATRO, one of the most beautiful abandoned theaters in the world. The photo series, an ode to symmetry and beautiful grim, is just as spot-on as his previous series – giving us both a chance to rediscover long-lost history gems and food for thought on what solitude actually feels like.
It’s a chance to discover what man has deserted; the abandonment of, for example, castles, hospitals, palaces or churches”, the photographer told us. “The story is different every time with tales of places filled with life that, in the space of a few years, would return to solitude. It is undoubtedly this contradiction that is at the heart of each of my photos.
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