New Abstraction

An exhibition of recent large-scale architectural abstract photographs from Prokos's award-winning series 'Metropolis Abstracted' and 'Inverted'.

Inverted Inverted is an experimental photography ser... Read More

Andrew Prokos

Andrew Prokos is a New York City-based fine art photographer whose photographs incorporate architectural elements and sweeping natural and urban views. His city and landscapes are often composed of multiple high-resolution images seamlessly merged to... Read More

New Abstraction

An exhibition of recent large-scale architectural abstract photographs from Prokos's award-winning series 'Metropolis Abstracted' and 'Inverted'.




Inverted
Inverted is an experimental photography series inspired by the fascinating modernist, futuristic and contemporary architecture of the United Arab Emirates. Through the use of negative imagery, the series portrays an architectural wonderland of bold color fields, abstraction, and close-up views, which give us just a glimpse of the inhabitants' lives. Inverting the scene distances the viewer from reality, placing them in an alternate space free from the confines of their own perception. Inverted was awarded a silver medal at the 2020 International Photography Awards in New York, and has been published at CNN Arabic, DesignBoom, Harper's Bazaar Art and other publications. Large-scale framed photographs from Inverted are available in print sizes up to 90 inches.

 

Metropolis Abstracted
Metropolis Abstracted is an ongoing series of abstract photographs which incorporate elements of contemporary architecture such as close-up views of facades, building details and reflections on the glass. Each abstraction is composed of one unique image, which through the process of reflection reveals an intrinsic geometry. The basic premise is to use the simplest means possible to create images that both engage the viewer and provide a springboard for their own imagination. Metropolis Abstracted was a winning Jury selection at American Photography 37 in 2020. Large-scale limited edition photographs from Metropolis Abstracted are available in print sizes up to 80 inches.

Andrew Prokos

Andrew Prokos is a New York City-based fine art photographer whose photographs incorporate architectural elements and sweeping natural and urban views. His city and landscapes are often composed of multiple high-resolution images seamlessly merged to create large-scale compositions. This process allows him to capture an astonishing level of detail and clarity in the fine art prints he produces for clients and collectors worldwide.

Andrew’s photography has been widely published, including interviews at Harper’s Bazaar Art, CNN Arabic, DesignBoom, France 2 TV, Corriere Della Serra Style, Casa Vogue Brasil, Correio Brasiliense, Artsy, Artspace, and numerous others. His work has been exhibited at the Museum of the City of New York, 21_21 Design Sight museum in Tokyo, Banco do Brasil, and in galleries and corporate art collections in the USA and Europe.

Throughout his nearly twenty-year career, Andrew has won numerous awards for his fine art and architectural photography, including top honours at the Prix de la Photographie, Paris (Px3), the International Photography Awards (Lucies), American Photography 31 and 37, Latin American Fotografia, Neutral Density Awards, and the Epson International Pano Awards.