I like (1) the formal structure with lines and shapes; (2) the human presence embedded in the geometric compositions; and (3) the black and white treatment, which is well done. The geometry is strong, but the politics is less so
On the first image I like the diagonal lines defining the composition, defined by the tiled floor and the stair rails. The intersection of those two sets of parallel diagonals is the busy rail with the man being adjacent to it. Because the blue area is in the center and visually strong compared to the man, my eyes locked in the busy rails. The diagram below shows what I mean. It would be cool to have the man occupy the geometric center of the image, but I realize this would have been difficult or required much luck! Regardless, there is a lot to like and be inspired by this image!