Armani AlShaali

Thursday, 7 April 2016

“[Daniel Mayrit] tracked down the 100 most powerful people in the City of London . . . and, after trying to photograph them directly—going to their places of work, or finding out about events they would attend—he gave up and resorted to the internet instead. He carefully selected images that were already in the public domain (in the press, YouTube, and footage from parliamentary appearances) and gave them a treatment that made them look like screenshots from security cameras.” Marta Bausells • Guardian

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