Nocturnal Landscapes: Urban Flows of Global Metropolises is a project that observes and analyzes cities at night from an interdisciplinary perspective. Curated by Iker Gil and organized by MAS Context, it is centered around the remarkable work of Barcelona-based urban planning agency 300.000 Km/s and Minneapolis-based photographer David Schalliol.
The publication, designed by Jason Pickleman/ the JNL Graphic Design, includes texts by Kota Abe, Iker Gil, Ann Lui, Pablo Martínez, Ciro Miguel, Noora Niasari, Craig Reschke, Mar Santamaria, David Schalliol, Olga Subirós, and Sumayya Vally.
You can purchase a copy here.
About the CRP/ Centre régional de la photographie
Founded in 1982 and based in Douchy-les-Mines, France, the CRP/ Centre régional de la photographie Hauts-de-France develops its work in the field of photography and contemporary images. As a designated Centre d’art contemporain d’intérêt national, its purpose is to support artists by helping them conduct research produce their works, and by transmitting and distributing this art research to the wider public. Among other activities, it mounts visual media-based exhibitions, maintains a collection of more than 9,000 works, and schedules photographic workshops throughout Hauts-de-France. Since 1983, it has also operated its Artothèque, the first photographic lending library in France.
For more information about the CRP, please visit their website.
Thank you very much to the the CRP/ Centre régional de la photographie for acquiring the book.