Untitled. Courtesy of Joshua Dudley Greer.
Diana Zlatanovski is a perfectionist — in the wonderful way that an anthropologist, photographer and museologist should be. She works with cultural artifacts at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and has immersed herself in the significance of collections for a decade.
That time spent studying the intricacy of groups has inspired her photo series, The Typology: beautiful, highly detailed photographs of various collections — both the individual objects and the collections as a whole. (And she has appropriately dubbed herself The Typologist.)
“There are many so fascinating objects in the world, some things we see everyday and might not even notice,” she says. “However, if you bring enough of them together, they start to tell a story and grab your attention.”
Photo Credit: Diana Zlatanovski
Typology of sand castles. Photography by Jemima Preedy.
Bernd & Hilla Becher - Industrial Facades (1984-94)
Plaster spatula typology. Photography by Roelof Smedema.
For those affected by the Boston Marathon tragedy, a collection to commemorate finish lines crossed-both past & future. Forever strong Boston.
Compiled from the digital collections of the Boston Public Library.
Seventeen eyes. Photography by Robert Knight.
loop / oktober 2004 - september 2005 / asprovalta
198 Rocks. Tabor Robak.
Streetlamp photo series by Pep Ventosa.
Exactitudes by Ari Versluis and Ellie Uyttenbroek
Streetlamp typology from matthiasheiderich