Rundgaenger Gallerie’s current exhibition presents Raphael Brunk’s work through a series of photos featuring virtual landscapes and architectural scenes. Raphael Brunk (born 1987), who lives and works in Düsseldorf, was a student of the famous photographer Andreas Gursky, whose work is already known for the massive realities he creates under the repetition of their parts. The artist seeks to create a new kind of photography through the editing of the images which at the end gives a new architectural aesthetics. A great exhibition that can introduce you to a digital world that approaches reality. Here The photo as visualization medium participates in the artistic process.