Category Archives: Reviews

Points of View: Photographs of Architecture (1981)

The complex historical interaction between photography and architectural practice is reduced to the still moment of photographic exposure. The fastidious details of photo-historical connoisseurship which accom­panied the images provided the signs of scholarship, but it is an exhibition of little thought.

Photographies en Couleur / Colour Works (1980)

Compared to the great 19th century salons and academy shows, with acres of paintings hung edge-to- edge and from floor to ceiling, contemporary group shows resemble several one-man shows sharing a room. The works of the single artist are grouped together and then each artist is separated from the others by wide margins of white wall or doorways. Each figure is granted a local domain of attention and protected from noisy neighbours.