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Two Gantries

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ROBERT BROOK
Museum quality pigment print, 2014
23 x 15.4 in

$1,800

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ROBERT BROOK
Museum quality pigment print, 2014
23 x 15.4 in

About the piece
Limited edition of 10. A2 size print with small white border, signed and numbered. From series 'Less Light'

About the artist
After some years working in education and as a part-time artist and film-maker (with one award), Robert Brook has been a full-time professional photographer since 1992 and has had images published in books and journals in more than 40 countries. In the early years he exhibited in many group exhibitions including a Serpentine Summer show (1977) and work was bought for various collections including the Contemporary Art Society and the personal collection of the photographer Duffy. He then abandoned personal work for a period to concentrate purely on selling to editorial and commercial markets, specialising in industry, environmental issues and night photography, only recently returning to a more experimental approach.

The art critic Jonathan Jones, commenting on one of his night photos of Sellafield published in the Guardian, suggested it: “evokes science-fiction images of alien phenomena infiltrating the natural landscape”. Much of his more recent work is a play on this duality, albeit in a less obvious and dramatic sense.

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ROBERT BROOK

After some years working in education and as a part-time artist and film-maker (with one award), Robert Brook has been a full-time professional photographer since 1992 and has had images published in books and journals in more than 40 countries. In the early years he exhibited in many group exhibitions including a Serpentine Summer show (1977) and work was bought for various collections including the Contemporary Art Society and the personal collection of the photographer Duffy. He then abandoned personal work for a period to concentrate purely on selling to editorial and commercial markets, specialising in industry, environmental issues and night photography, only recently returning to a more experimental approach.

The art critic Jonathan Jones, commenting on one of his night photos of Sellafield published in the Guardian, suggested it: “evokes science-fiction images of alien phenomena infiltrating the natural landscape”. Much of his more recent work is a play on this duality, albeit in a less obvious and dramatic sense.