Tom Blachford’s cool photographs of California’s Modernist buildings in the moonlight

The latest and final release in Australian photographer Tom Blachford ’s long-running project, Midnight Modern, will be exhibited for the first time at TOTH Gallery in New York this month. Loosening the shackles of Palm Springs and Mid Century, Blachford’s new show of 12 large-scale works explores some of the outer reaches of the Modernist movement in architecture, captured using only the light of the full moon. “Blachford’s series is a surreal ode to the landscapes of California and its cache of pristine Modernist buildings,” says the Gallery. “Shot entirely at night, bathed in moonlight, the homes, vintage cars, and foliage appear as they have been captured in another space and time.

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