New York-based photographer Eric Kogan has a beautiful eye for the clever, visual dichotomies and juxtapositions that occur by happenstance.
Whether it’s playing with the way shadows cut across a sidewalk, or how clouds linger just in the right spot, Kogan has captured it with precision.
The seemingly simple urban landscape becomes one of visual treats, and we gain a new appreciation for the way a city can hold so many intriguing moments.
Images used with artist’s permission.
“Kogan’s first experience with photography came in his early teens with a position at a photography lab. His first duty was processing film and handling negatives. He recalls his first time working in absolute darkness as a light turning on in his head as the one in the room going off. Getting creative with the medium didn’t start until college though, in 2004, where a course on fine art photography brought him back into a darkroom.”