Thomas Jorion (b. 1976, lives in Paris), photographs urban ruins and condemned buildings, spaces that no longer serve the purposes for which they were built. His work explores the built environment in a state of entropy, inviting viewers to reflect on the relationship between the material and the temporal.

French photographer Thomas Jorion captures forgotten places including palaces and villas that have been abandoned. Most of these ruins are located in Italy. Also, check out the work of Chris Luckhardt for a similar take.


Il grande blu


Torn Carta


Percezione Confusa




Gli angeli

La scala rossa