Photographer Erieta Attali examines glass architecture in an exhibition at a Greek monument – Archyde | Ad On Picture

Photographer Erieta Attali explores glass architecture in an exhibition at a Greek monument - Archyde

Photographer Erieta Attali explores glass architecture in an exhibition at the Greek Monument TadaoAndo. Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Dallas, USA. Image © Erieta Attali Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/985563/photographer-erieta-attali-explores-glass-architecture-in-exhibition-held-in-greek-monument Hardly any other material can convey an architectural atmosphere as well as glass. Because of its transparency, glass is a … Read more

Tasmania’s Art Deco, Modernist architecture captured by photographer Thomas Ryan – ABC News | Ad On Picture

Tasmania’s modern architecture is often overlooked, but one man has spent the last 20 years taking a step back and appreciating it. From the brutalism of buildings like Launceston’s Henty House and the former offices of Hobart’s Murray Street, to quirky suburban Art Deco, Thomas Ryan has captured the modernist art movement through his lens. … 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