'For the series Transhistorical Places (begun in 2018), Roland Fischer has taken photographs of Brutalist architecture and overlaid these with colored planes and forms that recall Modernist paintings from twentieth-century Avantgarde art.'
'Therefore, Fischer’s Transhistorical Places are to a lesser extent images of architecture than they are images about architecture. They show architecture as a form of communication – and that means as a genuinely social phenomenon.'
(from 'Transhistorical Places' by Björn Vedder)
Roland Fischer‘s work has already been shown in 120 museums and art institutions worldwide, among them more than 40 solo exhibitions including the Musee d'art Moderne in Paris, the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, Saarland Museum, CGAC in Santiago de Compostela, The Photographers Gallery in London…