Fearscapes: An Ongoing Portrait of Urban Hostility

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This photo essay is an instance of my ongoing project Fearscapes, in which I am investigating the effects of crime and violence in the architecture and urban structures of the contemporary city. In this occasion, a photographic documentation accompanied by a brief text presents the changing facade of Caracas, Venezuela — a city regarded as one of the most dangerous in the world and one of the most obvious examples of the spontaneous effects that emerge as a result of urban hostility.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2018


  • Architecture
  • Violence
  • Crime

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