Photographed by Richard Jochum
Within Tel Aviv, Israel sits a sculpturally impressive concrete park created by sculptor Daniel Karavan. The impressive areas is call Kikar Levana or White Square in English and was born in 1977 through to 1988. The park grew from the group up dominating the landscape around with it's geometric shapes and staggering size. The creation was grown from the complex history that Tel Aviv has between sculptor and the garden scenery. The mix of natural and man-made elements scatter the 50 x 30 metre area with ever changing lines, heights, and olive trees.
Looking at this amazing place and capturing the uniqueness was key to Richard Jochum, an architectural and landscape photographer currently based in Berlin and Tel Aviv, when he picked up the camera to catalogue the stunning landscape that the White Square offers. The world of minimalism is ever present within each image.
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