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Beautiful carvings remain undamaged in the abandoned Sattler Theater balcony
Lawndale Theater in Chicago | The 33 Most Beautiful Abandoned Places In The World
The 33 Most Beautiful Abandoned Places In The World
Loew's Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, NY
Loew's Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, NY - Cinema Treasures
Abandoned Theater in Philadelphia
A Jug Of Wine, A Loaf Of Bread, And Virtual Thou
The last show by Stefania Gasparri
Phantom of the Opera by Pati Makowska
Matt Lambros - Abandoned Theatre
Detroit Ruins | Thursday's Child: ruins of detroit
The Hulme Hippodrome, originally known as the Grand Junction Theatre and Floral Hall, opened in Preston Street, Hulme, Manchester, on 7 October 1901.
In the early 20th century, following the development of the entertainment industry, hundreds of theaters were built across North America. Major entertainment firms and movie studios commissioned specialized architects to build grandiose and extravagant auditoriums. From the 60's, TV, multiplexes and urban crisis made them obsolete. During the following decades, these theaters were either modernized, transformed into adult cinemas or abandoned. Proctor's Theater, Newark. So many windows!
Proctor's Theater, Newark
—how, exactly, a story came to be imbued with such magic—how a length of photo frames came pouring out, first from a mind and then from an aperture, to shimmer on a screen—and how, too, mechanisms moved in such a way to create that magic—the mind, the projector—is harder answered or found. The complexities of the human heart, the thing that dreams our stories, fragmented and prismatic, always are.
This intrigues me
Geoffrey Vail Brown Fine Art Figure Studies - Detroit Ruins
Something else is lurking inside the Russian forest, the remains of an open-air cinema (!), for example: