L. E. Glazer is a Toronto-based architect and photographer. Following the completion of formal training in 1979, he has focused on creating simple, objective images that encourage interpretation by viewers.
His subject matter has been eclectic, with an attraction to the built forms and patterns rooted in his architectural background. At the same time, Glazer’s images explore the deeper significance of contextual reference. While Glazer objectively records moments in time, he provides viewers with opportunities for subjective reflection on their own world. It is this dichotomy that provides the richness and literary quality to Glazer’s work.
L. E. Glazer’s work can be found in institutional and private collections across North America. He is currently represented by Gallery Moos, Toronto, and the Halsted Gallery, Detroit, Michigan.