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*FULL* Over Time: Defining modern Boston through photography

March 27, 2014 | 6:00 PM
Price: N/A
Where: BSA Space, 290 Congress Street, Boston

*FULL* Over Time: Defining modern Boston through photography

Architectural photography chronicles transformation in the urban environment. As Boston grows and changes, photography becomes a historical documentation of what once existed, illustrating the process, scale, and cultural changes to the built fabric. In the digital age, the audience for photos is limitless.

To celebrate the inaugural Boston Design Week, cultureNOW has assembled a presentation to explore the impact of photography in shaping our perception of Boston’s cityscape. The program includes presentations by some of Boston’s foremost architectural photographers, followed by a spirited panel discussion.

Moderator:
David Fixler FAIA

Presentations by:
Erica Stoller, director at Esto; artist and daughter of famed photographer Ezra Stoller
Anton Grassl, architectural photographer
Peter Vanderwarker, architectural photographer

Panelists:
Robert Campbell FAIA, architectural critic, The Boston Globe
Jane Thompson Assoc. AIA, principal, Thompson Design Group
Perry Neubauer FAIA, former president of The Architects’ Collaborative
Ann Whiteside, librarian, Loeb Library, Harvard Graduate School of Design

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