Castles and pools

Any amusement park can be made eerie and other-wordly when it’s photographed out of season, by Stefano Cerio’s series ‘Chinese Fun‘ seems to go further than most, eschewing the ruin porn aesthetic in favour of sites that are either teetering on the edge of oblivion or never really got started. There’s still water in these pools, for example, and it’s not yet stagnant. The series is published in a new monograph from Hatje Cantz / other things: figurative art from Riccardo Mannelli (nsfw) and Rinus van de Velde / make your own animal masks / London Brutalism, by Thomas Danthony. Print for sale at the Black Dragon Press / a collection of matchbox art /

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