In 1954 Paul Strand made a trip to the Hebrides Islands, Scotland where he took a long series of photographs about the life and landscape of this inhospitable and welcoming place at the same time. Since then the islands have suffered a slow and gradual process of abandonment.
Recently Adrian Tyler has taken an introspection trip to the same places that Master Strand visited.
The result is the interior series presented by Galería Max Estrella. In each work past life is breathed despite an evident process of abandonment. Fifty years later the contrasts between “inhospitable and cozy” are still valid.