Markus Brunetti’s photography documents religious buildings in Europe in meticulous detail

Markus Brunetti: Facades III
Yossi Milo Gallery
245 Tenth Avenue
New York
Through May 6

For nearly two decades, artist Markus Brunetti has embarked on the near-Sisyphean task of documenting historic cathedrals, churches, monasteries, and synagogues, throughout Europe. His medium of choice is photography, and, in collaboration with his wife and creative partner Betty Schöner, he documents buildings at a granular level: Each subject is photographed in thousands of shots, one square meter at a time, and then is stitched together in post-production to create monumentally scaled canvases of staggering detail. FACADES III, on view at Yossi Milo Gallery, is the latest installation of this grand project. The images’ meticulous execution

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