Also, I cannot say it's minimalistic photography.
It's rather an abstraction "art".
I don't like it. :)
Well, anyway isn't Kenna's work best example of minimalism in photography?
As said this looks more of abstract work to me than minimalistic. When I say abstract work I don't mean art though. To me art touches the soul, makes you think. This work is just... sort of an intersting experiment.
Simple compositions and strong message is what I call minimalistic art and the above reference to Kenna is a very good one.