Elizabeth Bick photographs the drama of The Pantheon every year on 21 June


“Rhythm persistently makes itself known to me throughout the day. The cyclical sound of my semi-broken refrigerator, or the beat of my boots hitting the ground when I’m walking fast down the stairs to the subway. The rhythm of a conversation. I try to adopt the repetitive, inane, aspects of everyday life, in my work,” says New York City-based photographer Elizabeth Bick. A trained dancer, Elizabeth now imbues her work with influences from this world to create dramatic, recurring and captivating works.

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