Sunday, 5 March 2017

Photographer Julia Solis captures haunting remnants of cinema's past

Every new era is built on the legacy of the past. As cinema sets off into the digital future, it mustn't forget the physical reminders of its history or our celluloid dreams will turn to decay. That is the sentiment behind writer and photographer Julia Solis' stunning images of derelict cinemas and other abandoned urban spaces, which provide a captivating and haunting reflection of a rapidly fading era.

Movie Palace, Detroit


The Palace, Indiana


East Town

Hospital Auditorium, Connecticut

Stage, Massachusetts

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