Is it skin, the surface of the moon, aerial photographs of forests or barren earth? Is it the night sky or the galaxies above our heads? Are these abstract images of the atmosphere, or simply what is beneath our feet and we just need to stop to notice it? These are all possibilities when looking at this new series of photos by Bryan Adams. All of these photographs were taken during the first weeks of 2015, while visiting the island of Mustique in the Grenadine Islands, West Indies. Adams noticed abstract black-andwhite patterns around him and photographed these formations over a few days. When showing the photos to others, most thought it was perhaps the night sky. This uncanny resemblance between the earth and the sky was the inspiration for this book. Following his two volumes of portraiture, Exposed (Steidl, 2012) and Wounded (Steidl, 2013), Untitled is a large-format book featuring Adams’s abstract graphic images along with an introduction on abstraction by architect John Pawson on the the earth’s incredible beauty.