Candida Höfer – In Mexico, on view at Sean Kelly Gallery in New York City through March 16, continues the artist’s decades-long investigation of architecture’s psychological effects.
The architecture and design curator reflects on a poignant portrait of the late architect, taken in the mid-'50s at the Acropolis.
A small but poignant show on Denise Scott Brown’s early photographs—before Learning From Las Vegas made it big— is now on view at New York's Carriage Trade gallery through December 22.
A recent book from Phaidon delves into the photographer’s little-known contributions to chronicling Modernist architecture in his home state, California.
Image Building: How Photography Transforms Architecture features famous photographers past and present, from Ezra Stoller and Berenice Abbott, to Iwan Baan and Andreas Gursky.
Chadwick's photography, which capture the vivid textures of L.A., will be the subject of a January 16 conversation at the LACMA.
A new book from Phaidon celebrates the British architect's surprisingly colorful approach to image-making.
The image, shot by architectural photographer Terrance Zhang, depicts the dramatic interior of Atelier Li Xinggang's athletic center for Tianjin University.
This article excerpts from "Albert Frey and Lina Bo Bardi: A Search for Living Architecture," a book based on a Palm Springs Art Museum exhibition of the same name.
Girard, who was an avid traveler and folk art collector, photographed street life, architecture, outdoor markets, festivals, and more.
Less than forty years ago, Shenzhen was a small trading town of fewer than thirty thousand people. You can still find traces of its past in the twisted alleyways and crowded courtyards of Baishizhou.
Award-winning photographer Camilo Vergara recounts his memories of Detroit, a city that "has lost so much of the mystery and strangeness of its ruins" as to be almost unrecognizable.
For decades, students at Columbia University's GSAPP have, under the watchful eye of Kenneth Frampton, made models of some of the most significant buildings of the 20th century. This Thursday, they'll be on display.
Photographer Nick Ballon captures stunning images of Maharam leather being processed in Italy.
Photographer Harlan Erskine captures the demise of Paul Rudolph's Orange County Government Center over the course of a year.
The influential architect-planner reflects on her colorful and analytic use of photography over the decades.
The Norwegian firm has both re-interpreted and made explicit the relationship between artist and community, art and public, visitor and architecture.
Brussels-based artist Xavier Delory has completed the last in his series of fanciful visualizations: "Pilgrimage Along Modernity."
When Max De Pree picked Nicholas Grimshaw to design Herman Miller's factory in 1975, he handed the architect a remarkable list of guidelines.
We revisit a forgotten chapter in the city's rich architectural history and discover a surprisingly contextual, responsive, and intelligent movement.