Robert Berlin

The Grid is a visual constant that informs and defines our visual environment. In an era of superstar architecture celebrating deconstructivism (read Gehry and Libeskind), the coherent Grid of modernist architecture remains a critical counterpoint against which other styles are viewed. Its visual language of linearity, rectangles and squares informs Robert Berlin's new photographs of Toronto, Chicago and Barcelona, all presented with his signature style of photo-fusion on aluminum panels.

Curated by Linda Book/Robert Berlin