Nicholas Metivier Gallery is pleased to present its first exhibition with Canadian photographer Ljubodrag Andric. Born in Belgrade in 1965, Andric first discovered photography when he was 16 years old and has been developing his minimal pictorial language about urban architecture and spaces ever since. His current body of work features interiors and exteriors of industrial buildings. Andric seeks out structures that are compelling in their eccentric designs yet ambiguous enough that their specific locations, periods, and purposes are not obvious to the viewer. Describing his practice as “photography-based,” Andric accentuates the light, colour, and balance in his images, drawing viewers close to the physical experience of being in these spaces.