European Prospects
Exploring European Identity through Photography
Søren Lose (b.1972) is a Danish artist living in Copenhagen. He studied Fine Arts in the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, Städel Schule in Frankfurt and in The Funen Artacademy in Odense, Denmark.

Hotel & Panorama

Grand Hotel from Hotel & Panorama © Søren Lose

Hotel & Panorama

Hotel & Panorama explores issues of time, presence, tourism and the tourist gaze by simply merging or digitally layering found tourist snap-shots from the 1970's.

Hotel Westminster from Hotel & Panorama © Søren Lose

Hotel & Panorama

Hotel & Panorama explores issues of time, presence, tourism and the tourist gaze by simply merging or digitally layering found tourist snap-shots from the 1970's.

Konstantia from Hotel & Panorama © Søren Lose

Hotel & Panorama

Hotel & Panorama explores issues of time, presence, tourism and the tourist gaze by simply merging or digitally layering found tourist snap-shots from the 1970's.

Los Gigantes from Hotel & Panorama © Søren Lose

Hotel & Panorama

Hotel & Panorama explores issues of time, presence, tourism and the tourist gaze by simply merging or digitally layering found tourist snap-shots from the 1970's.

Modernistic from Hotel & Panorama © Søren Lose

Hotel & Panorama

Hotel & Panorama explores issues of time, presence, tourism and the tourist gaze by simply merging or digitally layering found tourist snap-shots from the 1970's.

Crossroads from Hotel & Panorama © Søren Lose

Hotel & Panorama

Hotel & Panorama explores issues of time, presence, tourism and the tourist gaze by simply merging or digitally layering found tourist snap-shots from the 1970's.

Platform from Hotel & Panorama © Søren Lose

Hotel & Panorama

Hotel & Panorama explores issues of time, presence, tourism and the tourist gaze by simply merging or digitally layering found tourist snap-shots from the 1970's.

Threshold from Hotel & Panorama © Søren Lose

Hotel & Panorama

Hotel & Panorama explores issues of time, presence, tourism and the tourist gaze by simply merging or digitally layering found tourist snap-shots from the 1970's.