Have you ever stopped at a gas stations to appreciate its beauty? Matt Barnes did. In his series titled ‘Cold Stations’, the London-based photographer captured gas stations in cold winter nights when they are at their most deserted.
Matt Barnes’ photographic subjects are primarily non-human. He aims to invokes William Everdell’s idea that ‘we call “modern” everything that happened to any other culture after it had built its first railroad.’ Barnes applies minimal post production to his photographs, when he applies any at all. His influences are mainly street photography, the New Topographics and Graffiti.
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