Drawing on the vast expanses of his native Iceland, photographer Björn Árnason creates a travelogue devoid of superlatives. Instead, his camera focuses on the relation of spare shapes amid a landscape of chalky greys and blues. His images are at once tranquil and confounding – bringing the minimalist of shapes into maximum details. Giving us familiar forms, he isolates them in the still beauty of Icelandic sea and sky – there they speak volumes, with the quietest of sounds.

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