Abandoned Melbourne shows Melbourne vacant, with the CBD’s places and spaces, customarily buzzing, rendered motionless and without life during the 2020 Covid lockdown. Melbournian landscape photographer Gavin John turned his camera and his focus onto vistas of a different nature and reveals downtown Melbourne as it has never been witnessed before.
Veteran photographer Simon Edelstein has spent 12 years travelling the world - the USA, France, Italy, India, Morocco and Cuba - in search of abandoned cinemas. Visiting far-flung cities in more than 30 countries, he discovered forgotten buildings whose timeworn façades still hint of their former glory.
An outstanding photographic report of of places of worship across Europe that have fallen into disuse -- religious buildings where time has stood still since their doors were closed for the last time.
Abandoned buildings are a viewfinder into our heritage and often offer us a story. With over 140 eye-catching images from places such as eerie old factories, crumbling asylums, untouched country theatres, forgotten homes, all with a small insight into their history, this is a showcase of some amazing locations within a few hours’ drive of Brisbane.
A diary for a world-wide pandemic, #ICPConcerned captures 263 days in 2020 recorded by 820 photographers curated from over 60,000 submissions. This is the book form of an exhibition at the International Center of Photography Museum (ICP) that became a digital phenomenon in lockdown.