Category list : Photography
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In this visual keynote, the AR pulls and picks at the fabric that defines the indeterminate periphery, dissolving hard lines and releasing the messy entrails
Hélène Binet: ‘I am interested in making you dream about the place’VideoSubscription
Winner of the Ada Louise Huxtable Prize 2019, photographer Hélène Binet talks dreams, Zaha Hadid and photography you can hold in your hands following the Women in Architecture awards in March
As pornography has moved from the public to the private sphere, stage sets have increasingly mirrored the domestic settings in which it is consumed
Andreas Gursky and an economy of scaleSubscription
Depicting 30 years of global capitalism and mass consumerism, the photographs of Andreas Gursky sometimes make for uncomfortable viewing
The photographer’s studies of depopulated terrain in rural France combine intimate observation with the evocative timelessness of place
Folio: Richard LongSubscription
Richard Long’s photographs capture his temporary human intervention in some of the world’s most stunning landscapes
‘The craze for images of Communist architecture can be traced back to the work of one intrepid photographer’Subscription
Ursula Schulz-Dornburg shares the typological obsession of the Bechers but her aims are quite different
Folio: Typologies by the Bechers Subscription
Why must a water tower look like a UFO, or a coal bunker like a castle on legs?
Disseminated by smart phones and Instagram, critical photography thrives online. But can it change the way we look at buildings?
Currently being exhibited at the Science Museum, these pictures may not be architectural photography in any sense of the phrase - but their importance in our consideration of the field of architecture is major