“Goldeneye” is an architectural image displaying the inside of a roof with a large circular opening embedded in its structure. The opening reveals a clear blue sky and also lets a few rays of sun to pass inside the structure from which the image is taken. The format of the structure goes back to one of the most canonised buildings in western history of architecture; Pantheon in Rome. The signature ceiling made from early roman concrete revolutionised classical architecture and put Rome at the forefront of the modern world (as for the renaissance).
About Jure Kravanja
Jure is a member of the highly curated 1X fine arts photography community. Having graduated in Sociology and Pedagogics, his primary interest lies in photography as a means of diagnostic and therapeutic treatment. He performs research at the Clinical Psychiatric Center in Slovenia. His subjects are mainly architecture and nature, focusing on abstract and landscape photography. He has exhibited in New York City, and received numerous FIAP (Fédération Internationale de l’Art Photographique) awards. His work has been published in Black & White Magazine, B Byond and Foto Video.