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The Camera is an arcspace online exhibition featuring architecture photographers we work with. The selection of photos is done by the photographers.

  • March 19, 2014 /

    Juergen Nogai

    Juergen Nogai is a German architecture, art and documentary photographer who studied Fine Arts, Film, Theatre and Television Science at the University of Cologne. His work is part of the permanent collections of numerous museums and his clients include many leading architectural firms and publishing houses. ...

  • February 24, 2014 /

    Michael Massaia

    Michael Massaia is a young fine art photographer and printmaker who spent the past few years documenting areas and objects in his native New Jersey. Black and white, isolation and a unique render of the ordinary is among his trademarks. Here, he explains how severe insomnia, photo realistic paintings, self-taught descipline and seeing what is right in front of him with an uncompromising vision, made him into the very talented photographer he is. ...

  • January 30, 2014 /

    Andrew Prokos

    New York based Andrew Prokos is a leading architectural and location photographer working in the USA today. He has established himself with the award winning photographic series ‘Gehry’s Children’ and ‘Niemeyer’s Brasilia’ featured here. ...

  • January 13, 2014 /

    Photo Report From Doha

    Our recently appointed photo editor Pygmalion Karatzas went on a trip to document the dynamic city of Doha, the capital of Qatar. The result is a photo report that covers Doha's cityscapes and architecture via an integral photographic approach that includes panoramics, featured buildings (both finished and under construction), as well as various artistic interpretations. ...

  • October 10, 2013 /

    CphCph

    We’re Thue and Anders, we’re CphCph, two friends and photographers. CphCph is a tribute to Copenhagen. To the buildings, the underground, the nights, the secret places, the empty spaces. We do it because we love life in the city and because we want to feel free. ...

  • MAXXI Museum, Rome Italy, by architect Zaha Hadid. Photo by Pygmalion Karatzas
    September 03, 2013 /

    Pygmalion Karatzas

    My work (along with the recent wave of superb amateur photographers using a fine art approach) is trying to inspire and motivate people to not only view architecture as a two dimensional image representation but to motivate them to experience it comprehensively. ...

  • Hjørring Bibliotek by Bosch & Fjord. Photo by Stamers Kontor
    August 20, 2013 /

    Laura Stamer

    The photographs from STAMERS KONTOR by Laura Stamer selected here on arcspace show how Laura Stamer works with strong colors, contrasts and dynamic composition to literally draw the viewer’s gaze into the architectural space. Her focus is to show the tactility of the architecture and its spaces letting them unfold in a rarely seen playful manner. ...

  • Poetry of the skeleton. Photo: Fernando Aldo
    November 07, 2010 /

    Fernando Alda

    “The poetry of the skeleton” by Fernando Alda - a metaphor of our every day lives. ...

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