Toronto photographer Richard Johnson’s newest body of work reveals the visual poetry of urban life. As cities around the world densify with ever growing speed, the glass cladding that defines most towers becomes an essential voice of expression; the place where plain glass turns into giant canvases of reflection. The result is an orchestra of light and pattern that ceases to remain still. By documenting these fleeting moments, Johnson also captures the energic mood and mad rush that characterize most 21st-century metropolises.      

Current Exhibit

Richard Johnson Gallery
56 The Esplanade, Suite 203, Toronto, ON M5E 1A7

June 08, 2019 by Richard Johnson

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