Modern day still life is the compelling element of photographer Eric Levin’s first solo exhibition,”Corners”. Levin finds beauty hidden in the clutter of everyday life, in Baristaville and beyond. Levin named this show “Corners” because “there is a corner in every picture. Corners are where things collect, are tucked away, trapped, where you find refuge” says Levin. Time Magazine art critic, Richard Lacayo, describes his work as “subtle, witty, and intricate.” The show opens on January 2 at Studio Montclair‘s gallery on the second floor of the Clark House, Montclair Historical Society, 108 Orange Road, through January 31. An artist’s reception takes place on Friday, January 13, 5-8 pm.