“Speer's interiors show spaces now empty but which once housed thousands of holocaust victims and yet there is a certain beauty to the quiet of the cracked paint, rusted door bolts no longer locking anyone in, and the play of sunlight on the harsh wooden benches and beds...the image shows a once horrific place that has been rendered harmless and sad from the perspective of today's eyes”
- Provincetown Magazine Vol 42, Issue #25
"Number 27" by Curtis Speer
[photography] emphasizes the artist and the artist's hand in creating images that take the viewer someplace else and by this, I breathe life into bones.
- Curtis Speer