Places and moments with uncanny minimalism captured by Kevin Krautgartner.

Kevin Krautgartner is an award-winning fine art, architecture, and landscape photographer who currently lives in Berlin, Germany. EIGER, a New York City-based artist management and full-service production company has recently prepared a range of Krautgartner’s photographs for the readers of WE AND THE COLOR. The photographer has a collection of images named ‘Reduced to the Max’ for which he dedicates his view on architecture as objects in nature. Reduced to its essential part, objects are further reduced to be only a part in a wider perspective of satisfying harmony, also evident in his aerial shots of shorelines and fields. He is an observer of places and moments around us with uncanny minimalism that makes us freshly wonder at what we already know.

Enjoy the following images. You can find more of Kevin Krautgartner’s photographic work on WE AND THE COLOR and on his website.

Minimalist architectural photography by Kevin Krautgartner.
Color play.
Minimalist architectural photography by Kevin Krautgartner.
Fast transition.
Minimalist architectural photography by Kevin Krautgartner.
Organic shapes in architecture.
Minimalist architectural photography by Kevin Krautgartner.
Berlin subway.
Minimalist photography by Kevin Krautgartner.
Aerial view of an old shipwreck.
Minimalist architectural photography by Kevin Krautgartner.
Blue train station.
Minimalist architectural photography by Kevin Krautgartner.
Welcome to the future.
Minimalist architectural photography by Kevin Krautgartner.
Symmetry, light, and shadow.
Minimalist photography by Kevin Krautgartner.
Endless fields.

All images © by Kevin Krautgartner. Do not hesitate to find others international photographers on WE AND THE COLOR. Our Photography section includes a vivid range of work.

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