Recording cultural landscapes across the world, Austrian photographer Alfred Seiland’s (b. 1952) body of work taps into the tradition of New American Color Photography. The meticulously composed compositions offer a bright synthesis of colour and light, recording the urban vernacular of the US and beyond.
Now on display at Albertina, Vienna, the collection offers viewers a nostalgic yet strikingly contemporary vision, combining analog techniques with modern aesthetics.
Until 7 October. Find out more here.
1. Alfred Seiland: Toltec, Arizona, USA, 1989 C-Print (The Albertina Museum, Vienna © Alfred Seiland)
2. Alfred Seiland | Wildwood, New Jersey, USA, 1983 | The Albertina Museum, Vienna © Alfred Seiland
3. Alfred Seiland: Rimini, Italy, 2012 C-Print (Property of the Artist © Alfred Seiland)