Gregor Sailer’s surreal photography: Architecture on the Edge of Civilization – Wallpaper* | Ad On Picture

Gregor Sailer's surreal photography: Architecture on the Edge of Civilization - Wallpaper*

Gregor Sailer’s surreal photography: architecture on the fringes of civilization In the new exhibition “Unseen Places” at Kunst Haus Wien, Gregor Sailer looks back on 20 years of work in inaccessible landscapes, sealed off territories and restricted military areas The places that Gregor Sailer visits in his long-term projects are geographically and visually beyond perception. … Read more

Architectural photography by Don Cameron inspires furniture design at Sydney exhibition – Wallpaper* | Ad On Picture

Architectural photography by Don Cameron inspires furniture design at Sydney exhibition - Wallpaper*

Don Cameron’s architectural photography inspires the furniture design in the Sydney exhibition Don Cameron’s creative repertoire includes music video direction, design and photography. Here, Deyan Sudjic explores how he combines his skills in ‘Translations’ at Sydney’s Sally Dan-Cuthbert Gallery (until 2 October 2022). Don Cameron is an artist whose work defies easy categorization. He studied … Read more

A Brief History of Architecture Through Photography – ArchDaily | Ad On Picture

A Brief History of Architecture Through Photography - ArchDaily

A brief history of architecture through photography Construction of the Empire State Building, New York. Image © Lewis Hine, public domain via Wikicommons Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/987593/a-brief-history-of-architecture-through-photography August 19th celebrates World Photography Day, a fundamental imaging tool of our society. If, on the one hand, photography is the protagonist in … Read more

Sacred Modernism: An Examination of the Modernist Movement in Sacred Architecture of the Mid-Century – ArchDaily | Ad On Picture

Sacred Modernism: An Examination of the Modernist Movement in Sacred Architecture of the Mid-Century - ArchDaily

Sacred Modernism: An Examination of the Modernist Movement in Sacred Architecture of the Mid-Century Church of the Holy Cross, Vienna, Austria – Hannes Lintl – 1975. Image © Jamie McGregor Smith Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/984046/sacred-modernity-an-exploration-of-the-modernist-movement-in-mid-century-holy-architecture If one were to imagine a Catholic church, the first image that springs to mind … Read more

The 2021 Architectural Photography Awards announce their shortlist | Ad On Picture

The 2021 Architectural Photography Awards announce their shortlist

The Architectural Photography Awards 2021 announce their shortlist Interiors: Koujak Jaber Building by James Kerwin. Image © The Architectural Photography Awards 2021 Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/971520/the-architectural-photography-awards-2021-announces-its-shortlist The Architectural Photography Awards 2021 have announced their shortlist for their ninth edition. Supported by Aluprof UK and the World Architecture Festival (WAF), the … Read more

What are the best lenses for architectural photography? (including mobile) – ArchDaily | Ad On Picture

What are the best lenses for architectural photography?  (including mobile) - ArchDaily

What are the best lenses for architectural photography? (including cell phone) © Flickr user Bill Ebbesen licensed under CC BY 3.0 Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/900362/what-are-the-best-lenses-for-architectural-photography-inclusive-mobile In a world that is rapidly shifting towards creating mostly digital content, more and more people are starting to experiment with different digital mediums. There … Read more

Three Defining Movements in Architectural Photography – ArchDaily | Ad On Picture

Three Defining Movements in Architectural Photography - ArchDaily

Three defining movements in architectural photography Bernd Becher, Hilla Becher. Half-timbered houses, 1959-73. © 2018 Hilla Becher. Photo credits: MoMA; Gift from Hilla Becher. Under “Fair Use” Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/900345/three-defining-movements-in-architectural-photography From Frenchman Joseph Niépce’s first experiments in 1793 and his most successful test in 1826, photography has become an … Read more