This photo exhibition is part of a series of rotating photography exhibitions that will take place at BSA Space in the Storefront Gallery and second floor conference rooms. Exhibitions are expected to change every six months and will feature a roster of photographers exploring themes related to architecture, the built environment, and the power of design to transform and improve people’s lives.
The Architecture of Time will feature photography that represents creative perspectives on the built or designed environment dealing with time or history through an architectural lens.
The open call for proposals sought widely diverse points of view and was open to all photographers, regardless of affiliation with the BSA/AIA or BSA Foundation. The entries were juried by Meghan Melvin, Christine O’Donnell, and Peter Vanderwarker.
All displayed artwork is for sale for the duration of the exhibition at the BSA Space Photo Galleries.
The opening reception will take place Friday, January 10, 2020 at BSA Space.
Artwork on view from the following artists:
Meghan Melvin is the Jean S. and Frederic A. Sharf Curator of Design in the Department of Prints and Drawings at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. A graduate of University College London, Meghan also holds an M.Phil in Decorative Arts from the University of Glasgow. She sits on the Exhibition Committee of BSA Space, and is Vice-President of the board of Governors at the Nichols House Museum in Beacon Hill.
Christine O’Donnell is the Owner and Gallery Manager of Beacon Gallery. She opened Beacon Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts after over a decade spent living and working in the field of marketing, advertising and education in Paris, Hong Kong, and Singapore. Christine has a master's degree from Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts and a bachelor's degree from College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. Christine is also a member of the Newton’s Cultural Council.
Peter Vanderwarker is a photographer trained as an architect. His work has won Institute Honors from the American Institute of Architects, and is in major museum collections, including the MFA Boston. He is the author of two books about architecture in Boston and is represented by Gallery NAGA Boston.