If modern architecture found in photography a perfect channel for dissemination, photography saw in buildings and cities a new field of inquiry. This mutual discovery was a premise of the 2nd Architecture and Photography Congress, held in 2012 in Zaragoza and organized by Iñaki Bergera and Ricardo Lampreave. The beautifully produced book offers texts by Carlos Cánovas, who establishes links between his work and the romantic pioneers’; Pablo Juliá, who delves into the intricacies of representing urban space; Jaime Sicilia, for whom photography is like an ‘act of thinking’; and Adrian Tayler, centered on the complex fabric of production, edition, and diffusion of the discipline.
I. Bergera y R. S. Lampreave (Eds.)
Arquitectura y fotografía
I. Fernando el Católico, Zaragoza, 2013