Check out the work of Andreas Gursky. He comes out of the Becher school of photography and approaches his subject matter with a dispassionate method of cataloging. His work is massively large scale and creates a sense of disorientation to the viewer because of the elevated perspective. This vantage point creates a disassociation or alienation of the viewer from the subject matter.
His work is internationally recognized and is in the collection of MoMa, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Tate Modern to name a few.