Detroit, Havana, and Russia are among the places where photographer Andrew Moore seeks out dramatic visual evidence of the passage of time. As he writes about his work:
My photographic interests are stimulated by the busy intersections of history, particularly those locations where multiple tangents of time overlap and tangle.
For Moore, time is tangled most picturesquely in half-collapsed factories, a jumble of Times Square signs, or the faded splendor of Havana. In his photographs, he captures the stunning beauty of grandeur and its dissolution.