Architecture is all around us; virtually everywhere we go there is some kind of building, structure or space. Photography is now the most accessible format of recording our lives especially with the development of the smart phone. The Museum of Bath Architecture is exploring the intrinsic link between Architecture and Photography and the way in which people engage in the built environment through photos.
Come and see the competition winners and runners-up photos from our Architectural Photographer of the Year 2018.
Free with normal admission to the museum.
Image: Cally Stephens won the Open category in 2018 with her image of Taunton’s Multistory carpark
Interpreting architecture through photography is a theme we at the museum are very keen to explore in depth. The first exhibition focusing purely on images of architecture (in that instance, Bath’s buildings and countryside used as backdrops to portraits of Peter Gabriel, taken by Clive Arrowsmith) was last year, and was extremely popular. Here is a 5minute round-up at the close of that exhibition, from Museum Manager Tim Beale.