Written by Florian Kazimirski

On October 13, 2019

Artist of the week #42

In his photographic work, visual artist Arch McLeish documents landscapes that look like man-altered moonscapes. He prefers to take his pictures in the early morning or late evening hours when the flat sun casts long shadows and dips the deserted scenery into pastel shades. “I am interested in presenting the human world as it is in reality, using photography to capture and romanticize the broken and mundane”, McLeish explains to IGNANT Magazine.

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