The architecture of the Jewish Museum Berlin has the distinct fingerprint of the American architect Daniel Libeskind recalling German-Jewish history. Daniel Libeskind uses the voids to address the physical emptiness that resulted from the expulsion, destruction, and annihilation of Jewish life in the Shoah. He wanted to make this loss visible and tangible through architecture.
MY NAME IS VITTORIA ZUPICICH, I WAS BORN AND RAISED IN PERUGIA, ITALY. AFTER YEARS OF CULTIVATING MY WORK ABROAD I CAME TO SAN FRANCISCO TO GET MY MASTERS DEGREE IN PHOTOGRAPHY. AS AN ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHER MY FOCUS IS ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PEOPLE AND ARCHITECTURE. LINES, GRAPHIC ELEMENTS, REFLECTIVE MATERIALS, AND DYNAMIC FORMS OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE PRODUCE INTRIGUING COMPOSITIONS IN MY IMAGES AND EMPHASIZE THE ABSTRACT QUALITIES OF THE LOCATIONS TO ENGAGE IN A FURTHER EVALUATION OF HOW PEOPLE PERCEIVE AND INTERACT SPONTANEOUSLY WITH THE SURROUNDING URBAN ENVIRONMENTS OF OUR TIME.