Todd Eberle, ‘Untitled (Cosmos:Heavens)’, 2014, Public Art Fund Benefit Auction 2015

Estimated value: $30,000

Photographer Todd Eberle frequently finds artful, abstract forms in architectural sources, creating images that are at once alien and recognizable. In this large image of the cosmos, his geometric abstraction transports viewers to a hypnotic and heavenly realm.

Image rights: Courtesy Gagosian Gallery

About Todd Eberle

Photographer at large for Vanity Fair magazine since 1998, Todd Eberle was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and studied at the Cooper Union in New York. Eberle’s work blurs the margin between art and journalistic, representational photography. He first made his name with photographs of sculpture and furniture by the artist Donald Judd, and his work since has embraced subjects from flowers and portraits to landscapes. Eberle has particular affinity for architecture, a field he has examined in detailed abstract images, and in sweeping views such as those in his haunting portfolio of photographs of Brazil’s planned capital city, Brasília.

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