lunes, 23 de junio de 2014

Photographer Transformed Abandoned Hospital Into A Surreal Art Studio ... And No One Noticed

Brooklyn-born photographer Arthur Tress got his start taking pictures of the decrepit architecture and bizarre characters that populated Coney Island, near where he grew up. This partly explains why, in the early 1980s, when Tress stumbled upon an abandoned hospital, his artistic curiosity was sparked.

For the next few years, Tress transformed the dark, haunting halls into a hyper-saturated junk wonderland, where rocking chairs, hospital beds, and medical supplies we can't even identify were transformed into surrealist sculptures big enough to swallow you whole. Turns out ruin porn existed way before the hashtag.


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