by Zolton in New Photography on Friday 4 May 2007

Sometimes it’s the drabbest surrounds that can present the most vivid pictures. This photo by Ben Alper gives little away on the surface. It could be anywhere. But it’s not. It’s someone’s world, small yet real. And the stillness and aching loneliness seeps through like raindrops on a canvas coating. [see also Andreas Hering]