Robert Polidori is a photographer known for his architectural studies and frequent contributions to magazines and books.
Polidori's works have been seen in many mediums, from the New Yorker to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The high level of detail allows the viewer to question things more and more as well as still be touched by the mood of the works. Due to the nature of the modern camera lens, the analytical sense of his images comes from the pre-Renaissance and Renaissance perspectives. While much of Polidori's work is seen as straightforward architectural and urban photography, some of it has aroused controversy, especially his photographs taken in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
He is listed as a staff photographer with The New Yorker magazine and makes frequent contributions to other magazines such as Vanity Fair
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