Robert Conrad’s description of himself as Architecture Photographer is almost misleadingly modest. In his work buildings take on a quality of symbolic markers and milestones in cultural landscapes. Architecture is used as a prism through which he observes and reflects on the world around him and the past we leave behind.
Often Robert Conrad’s images are an act of preserving old things from disappearing - capturing dilapidated buildings as a form of protest against forgetting history. Robert Conrad lives in Berlin.
In a recent interview with the German newspaper TAZ Robert Conrad talks about his life and his work. Follow the interview link to read the interview (the interview is in German).