Tag: Architectural photography

Hauntingly bare, the black and white photographs depict only brief glimpses of suburban habitation.
Review | Alice Hampson | 10 Sep 2019

Home: A Suburban Obsession

Home: A Suburban Obsession was held in March as part of the Asia Pacific Architecture Forum and continued at the State Library of Queensland until July.

Footscray Psychiatric Centre designed by the Victorian Public Works Department, 1972–77.
News | Linda Cheng | 24 Jul 2019

Brutalist ‘brooding hulk’ recommended for heritage listing

The former Footscray Psychiatric Centre has been recommended for state heritage listing by the executive director of Heritage Victoria.

Tomich House by Iwan Iwanoff (1971).
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 26 Jun 2019

Perth photography exhibition celebrates Bulgarian-born architect Iwan Iwanoff

The Architecture of Iwan Iwanoff: through the lens of Jack Lovel celebrates the work of the Bulgarian-born architect who “is to Perth what Gaudi is to Barcelona.”

Footscray Psychiatric Centre, designed circa 1969 by an unknown architect.
News | Josh Harris | 13 May 2019

Campaign to save the brutalist Footscray Psychiatric Centre

The National Trust and a brutalism-loving photographer are campaigning for a psychiatric centre in Footscray to be heritage-listed.

Neptune’s Fishbowl in South Yarra by Robin Boyd, completed 1970.
Exhibitions | 21 Nov 2018

Peter Wille: Out Driving exhibition

Architectural draughtsman and amateur photographer Peter Wille’s photographs of Melbourne’s mid-century architecture will be on display for the first time from 1 December 2018 at the State Library of Victoria.

John Gollings: The history of the built world at Monash Art Gallery.
Review | Paul Walker | 22 Feb 2018

John Gollings: The history of the built world

Paul Walker visits a major retrospective exhibition of John Gollings’ work and finds the photographer “an explorer of the architectural image’s possibilities.”

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