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Bob O’Connor: Environments

Though recognized through his photographs for the likes of Dwell, Boston Home, or the New York Times Magazine, Bob O’Connor has a passion for the abstract landscapes of everyday life. A classroom, for instance, is so ubiquitous as to be generally overlooked. Here, instead, it becomes a composition of light, line, and form. A locker-filled hallway becomes a rhythmic color pattern. Familiar scenes morph into plays of scale and proportion, while a strategically framed person, or car, or seat, or stand becomes a humorous nod to the viewer.


Photo by Bob O'Connor Photo by Bob O'Connor Photo by Bob O'Connor Photo by Bob O'Connor
Photo by Bob O'Connor Photo by Bob O'Connor Photo by Bob O'Connor Photo by Bob O'Connor
Photo by Bob O'Connor Photo by Bob O'Connor Photo by Bob O'Connor Photo by Bob O'Connor
Photo by Bob O'Connor Photo by Bob O'Connor Photo by Bob O'Connor Photo by Bob O'Connor
Photo by Bob O'Connor Photo by Bob O'Connor    

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