Wall at the Erechtheion, Athens, 2016
print on Ilford True Black and White Paper
Acid-free mat with beveled 7.5 inch x 9.5 inch opening
Signed; edition 10/50
11 inches x 14 inches x 1.5 inches white wood frame w/ acrylic glazing and wirehanging
Robert Croll is an artist and literary translator based in Western Massachusetts. In his photography, he often uses architectural subjects—both iconic and mundane—as points of departure, creating spatially ambiguous images that diverge from the scenes they appear to represent. As a translator, he has an affinity for creative nonfiction but has worked on a wide range of literary texts including books by Ricardo Piglia, Hebe Uhart, Julio Cortázar, Gustavo Roldán, and Javier Sinay. He is also currently working on his first film, a documentary based around the work of Stanley Lewis, whose approach to painting has been a major influence on his own artistic practice. You can see more of his work or inquire at rmcroll.com.