French born and Warsaw-based artist Nicolas Grospierre’s work has been described as “on one hand documentary…and on the other conceptual.” His collegiate studies in Political Science and Sociology in Paris and London only help to inform his conceptual proposals. His photographic works explore collective memories of modernist architectures and the faded utopias they represent. His images of Lithuanian bus stops take on a rhythm of angles that Grospierre returns to again and again, like standardized reference points (i.e. orthogonal) akin to the ones for architectural plans. Although Grospierre may relate to some in architectural practice, his work seems geared mainly towards the lives lived in between and around the architecture he photographs.