We like art that applies a romantic sheen to everyday life. But then we also like art that shows the world as it is, without any attempt to glamourise the cities and people that surround us. The photography of Robert Brook teeters between art and photojournalism, living in a wonderful place between accurate representation and artistic selectivity. His portfolio contains images of bus stations, lamp posts, canals, power stations and intriguingly placed missing flippers. When we at LondonArt first viewed this work we were struck by its honestly and its familiarity. These images capture something of the daily reality of life in modern Britian, while simultaneously providing beautiful images that that are stylistically striking. Lovers of chic images, look away now. Robert Brook is showing us the world that we so often ignore.