Robert Polidori's meticulous, color photographs capture worldly domestic interiors and in so doing dwell on the connections between lived space and memory. A technical mastermind, his images register specifics on a grand, monumentalizing scale. Here, he captures the remains of an abandoned room in New Orleans, romanticizing the dilapidated frames, curtains, and chandelier that once graced the old-world space.

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Flowers Gallery, London
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Robert Polidori (Canadian, b. 1951) is a photographer who is most acclaimed for his images of human habitats and environments. He was awarded the World Press Award in 1998, and has twice won the Alfred Eisenstaedt Award for Magazine Photography. He has published 11 books and contributed to numerous publications. He is currently based in Los Angeles.

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2520 Deslondes, New Orleans, March, 2006
Lot Number 116
Fujicolour crystal archive print
Work: 40 x 54 in (101.6 x 137.16 cm)
Frame: 41 x 55 x 1.5 in (104.14 x 139.7 x 3.81 cm)
Edition of 10
Signed on verso

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Robert Polidori
2520 Deslondes, New Orleans, March
  • Dimensions
    40 x 54 in (101.6 x 137.16 cm)