I became known for my work on forgotten pianos in abandoned places across Europe. During my requiem for pianos, I sometimes find abandoned places with former owners' personal belongings left behind. It seems as if time had stopped at a specific moment there.

I dive into the spaces that everyone thinks are empty. I wander there for hours on end. The aim of my art is to find those elements of life that people consider to be dead and capture them with my camera.

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#1 Abandoned Chapel In France

Abandoned Chapel In France

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Agnes Jekyll 2 months ago

So very beautiful. I hope it's protected.

#2 Abandoned House In Luxembourg

Abandoned House In Luxembourg

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Agnes Jekyll 2 months ago

It's amazing that the furniture was not stolen--that milk pail, the pitcher....

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#3 Abandoned Castle In Italy

Abandoned Castle In Italy

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kien cong sinh 4 weeks ago

A beautiful architecture for a while

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#4 Abandoned Synagogue In Romania

Abandoned Synagogue In Romania

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holo it's me 2 months ago

looks majestic even with all the plants

#5 Abandoned Villa In Italy

Abandoned Villa In Italy

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#6 Abandoned Greenhouse In Italy

Abandoned Greenhouse In Italy

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Agnes Jekyll 2 months ago

Thos windows are so beautiful!!! They look art nouveau. It'd be so nice if it were restored

#7 Abandoned Hospital In Italy

Abandoned Hospital In Italy

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Vlad Horobet 2 months ago

The crow gave me the spooks.

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#8 Abandoned Castle In France

Abandoned Castle In France

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Vlad Horobet 2 months ago

As nicely looking as the image is, that's the worse place and way to put a bathtub for a practical use.

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#9 Abandoned Hospital In Germany

Abandoned Hospital In Germany

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KatHat 2 months ago

Looks like an album cover.

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#10 Abandoned Castle In France

Abandoned Castle In France

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otaku fox 2 months ago

How are all of the books still in tact!

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