E M P T Y L A
A great photo journal of an empty Los Angeles.
Images of LA city streets and well known locations...eerily devoid of the people who would normally inhabit it. Logue delivers a literal interpretation of his title: a Los Angeles devoid of inhabitants—no freeway traffic jams, cars, crowded sidewalks or, really, any people at all. Instead, the city has been stripped bare to its concrete bones, creating haunting and eerily empty canyons, playgrounds and beaches. The photos were made over a period of four years, and perhaps it won’t come as a surprise that Logue works for L.A.’s biggest industry: the movies.