Impersonalism: Tenerife, a photographic project made in 2016 by Luca Arena.

During a 7-day trip to Tenerife – the largest of the Canary Islands, architectural photographer Luca Arena explored the island with his camera focusing on colors, shapes, architecture and landscapes by nearly isolating the urban context. A small selection of images can be found below. To see more of the Impersonalism project, please have a look here. Some additional information about the photographer can be found at the end of the article.

Luca Arena, a sports ground on the beach.
A sports ground on the beach.
Luca Arena, Enjoying the view.
Enjoying the view.
Luca Arena, Painted with a striking green.
Painted with a striking green.
Luca Arena, Play with colors.
Play with colors.
Luca Arena, Light blue in front of light blue.
Light blue in front of light blue.
Luca Arena, Road to Pico del Teide.
The road to Pico del Teide.
Luca Arena, Architectural shapes.
Architectural shapes.
Luca Arena, Warm colors.
Some warm colors.

Born in 1988, Luca Arena is a color-blind photographer. He has graduated in Economy and Marketing from the Pisa University. With a focus on architecture and striking color combinations, his photographs have been on display in numerous group and solo exhibitions. You can see more of Luca Arena’s photographic work on his website:

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