I went to see the Thomas Struth exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery.
Many of the photographs in the show are of city streets and urban landscapes. In some cases - like New York, Tokyo, Las Vegas - the architecture tells the location.
But in many, the architecture doesn't give away where the photograph was taken. The photographs lined up side-by-side highlight the same-ness of buildings, and (mainly) Western European architecture. It could be anywhere.
Only the street signs, the shop signs, and advertising gives clues to where the picture is.
Maybe it doesn't need to be obvious from the architecture where these streets are, but, somehow, it feels a little sad that it's not...