Danica O. Kus is a fine art and architectural photographer interested in investigating the unique identity of space in order to reveal its character. Working as an architectural photographer for several years, she has developed the ability to present not only buildings as an architectural object but also the atmosphere of inner and outer space.
In 2008, Danica was honoured with first prize in the Vitra Belgium photo competition for 'How to see George Nelson'. Her work has been published in books and magazines including Cahiers D’Art, The Architectural Review, DAMn Magazine, A+Magazine, Arquitecura Y Diseno, Elle Wonen, Gael Maison, Modern Luxury Dallas and Log NY.
Her fine art photography has been exhibited in several solo and group exhibitions, while some of her images form part of the permanent collections at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, and The Rodin Museum, as well as private collections.
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