'Wheel’ by Maria Svarbova
They all display some of the key ingredients of minimalist photography – simplicity, negative space, strong composition, bold colour and isolation. Each takes the aesthetics of everyday life and transforms them into something extraordinary.
Now the stripped-back, striking work of image-makers including Dutch artist Maarten Rots, French photographer Matthieu Venot and Slovakia-based Maria Svarbova are brought together in one book, Minimalism in Photography. From two-dimensional, abstract compositions to arresting topography, indulge your love of pure, uncluttered photography.
Here, we bring you six images from this celebration of minimalism to whet your appetite.
‘Miami III’ by Matthieu Venot
‘A minor astronomical event’ by Jeanette Hägglund
‘Untitled’ by Stanislas Augris
‘It’s called compromise’ by Lucy and Sarah Jenkins
'Cool pool’ by Marcus Cederberg
Minimalism in Photography is published by teNeues, £39.95