Robert Berlin

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Nagoa 1
Robert Berlin - Nagoa 1
$2,550
Nagoa 4
Robert Berlin - Nagoa 4
$3,250
Triveni 3
Robert Berlin - Triveni 3
$2,550
Kachchh 2
Robert Berlin - Kachchh 2
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Kachchh 3
Robert Berlin - Kachchh 3
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Kachchh 9
Robert Berlin - Kachchh 9
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Varanasi 17
Robert Berlin - Varanasi 17
$1,900
Varanasi #1
Robert Berlin - Varanasi #1
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Nashik #2
Robert Berlin - Nashik #2
$1,900
Varanasi #11
Robert Berlin - Varanasi #11
$2,050
Legong #4
Robert Berlin - Legong #4
$950
Mamallapuram #2
Robert Berlin - Mamallapuram #2
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Siem Reap #11
Robert Berlin - Siem Reap #11
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Siem Reap #16
Robert Berlin - Siem Reap #16
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Siem Reap #15
Robert Berlin - Siem Reap #15
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Siem Reap #6
Robert Berlin - Siem Reap #6
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Siem Reap #5
Robert Berlin - Siem Reap #5
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Siem Reap #4
Robert Berlin - Siem Reap #4
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Siem Reap #3
Robert Berlin - Siem Reap #3
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Siam Reap #2
Robert Berlin - Siam Reap #2
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Siam Reap #8
Robert Berlin - Siam Reap #8
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Robert Berlin

After/Image

Canadian artist Berlin’s After/Image explores vestiges of motion; obscure, fleeting nuances of ritual and ceremony - from Seville to Bali to Siem Reap, photo-artist Berlin explores the synergy and abstraction found in captured movement, blurred color and shadowed form.

Neither mimetic nor completely abstract, his work occupies a space where motion is being, time is seen and the body itself gives way to only a hint, a glimpse , a trace, of itself….

signs of life, the life of objects before the objects themselves, the essence of bodies apart from themselves, through the deconstruction of color and movement.

“Rudolf Arnheim once wrote: ‘whereas the painter invents, the photographer discovers...’ Berlin’s work seeks to transcend traditional definitions. “I paint through my photography and I photograph from a painter’s viewpoint so that hopefully the result is neither painting nor photography but something else, ambiguously perched between the two mediums,” states the artist.