The photographer specialized in architecture Reinhard Görner photographs libraries. This subject has become the subject of sixty shots taken in Europe and the United States. The German artist first explains the choice of this subject by the specific atmosphere found in libraries. "These are places where you often have deep concentration and a lot of calm," he says.
The aesthetics of Reinhard Görner's photographs are based on natural lights, symmetry effects and the regular absence of humans. He explains that he wants to convey to the viewer "a state of concentration" close to the one he is in when he takes his pictures.