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The city: urban jungle in constant evolution and at constant boiling point, is a passionate subject for photographers. Discover street photography and urban photography in all its splendour between street art and urban landscape. The modern city offers skyscrapers and large, impressive avenues while older towns spill over with history and tradition. Check out urban photography at YellowKorner - the best of city photography.

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These images are presented by talented artists who have liberated themselves of all of the common rules and references within photography so as to create their own realities.
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It may be hard to believe that abstract art exists in photography… yet it does, and how! YellowKorner offers you a collection of abstract photographs in numbered limited edition. These images are presented by talented artists who have liberated themselves of all of the common rules and references within photography so as to create their own realities. Abstract art is an international movement full of originality and one that is radically different from other movements. It no longer seeks to represent subjects, objects, or beings… but simply forms and colours in themselves, for what is innately unique and special about them. So photographers who are proponents of abstract art do not seek to capture something or someone, but to truly create via their lens. With total freedom, they compose forms and colours and thus endow themselves with the power to change the real and to transform a traditional interior with a bold statement. Opting for an abstract artwork also means opting for timeless work that won’t go out of fashion. Highly linear, the photographs of Florian Muller are as indescribable as they are poetic. They convey powerfully soothing sensations. The photographer captures straight and infinite lines conceived by nature itself. While he frames these lines within his images, he allows the spectator free rein to pursue the adventure beyond the frame, thus offering a sense of the infinite. The abstract art of Marie-Laure Vareilles or Nikolaj Callesen is the opposite of that of Florian Muller . While Muller fosters a gentle and melancholic mood, the others venture forth into tumultuous motion. Crowds and patches of colour, sensations of power and energy, these are the feelings expressed by the images of these two artists. However, they are also different, since one combines physical reality with abstraction while the other delves into a complete, captivating, and bewitching abstraction.