Luisa Lambri

Luisa Lambri explores the spaces of contemporary architecture, interpreting it in an abstract way. She deconstructs architecture, turning her lens from the inside to the outside, isolating architectural details, transitional spaces, enhancing the relationship with light until walls and spaces loose consistency. This photograph shows a detail of the ceiling of Teatro Regio in Turin, restored by Mollino: with the work Teatro Regio #04 (2007) the architectural image catapults us inside a sort of prism in which the total absence of rational perception invites us to become familiar with the volumes in order to try and really feel inside the places.

Luisa Lambri explores the spaces of contemporary residential architecture, interpreting it in an abstract way. She deconstructs architecture, turning her lens from the inside to the outside, isolating architectural details, transitional spaces, enhancing the relationship with light until walls and spaces loose consistency. This photograph shows a detail of Villa Tugendhat, a masterpiece of Czech rationalism built in Brno between 1928-1930 by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. The villa is one of the most representative buildings of modern architecture.

LUISA LAMBRI explores the spaces of contemporary residential architecture by interpreting it in an abstract way. She began her career in the 90s, creating photo series of the most iconic buildings of the 20th century masters – Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe, Alvar Aalto, Oscar Niemeyer, Frank Lloyd Wright, Luis Barragan. These were followed by cycles exploring the environmental works and installations of the artists of the “Light and Space” Movement in Southern California, such as James Turrell, Robert Irwin, Donald Judd. Inside a world built mostly by men, her female gaze transforms space into experience. With a subjective and poetic vision, she deconstructs the architectures, turning the focus from the inside to the outside, isolating architectural details, spaces of transition, exalting the relationship with light. *She was born in Como in 1969, she lives and works in Los Angeles.