Shooting Space: Architecture in Contemporary Photography

by Elias Redstone, Phaidon, £49.95 (hardcover)

By David Terrien

When editing an art magazine, one can get tangled up in distinctions between photography and art – whether to identify someone at the journeyman-photographer end of the spectrum, or as an artist who uses photography in his or her work. Shooting Space, featuring recent photography of architecture and the built environment, flirts with such distinctions (architectural photographer? art photographer of architecture?) and then brushes past them, focusing instead on the broader question of what photography and architecture are getting from…

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