I’ve recently discovered two artists whose work I thoroughly enjoy. The first is Hélène Binet, a black and white film architecture photographer. She prefers black and white because it tells the story of a building the best, without the unnecessary distractions of color. Light, space, texture. The second is Kay Sage, whose work I saw recently at the Mint Museum in Charlotte, North Carolina. Her work always seems to have a narrative behind, much like Hopper and Chirico.
Here are some samples of their works: