"A Universe that is Constantly Exploding" - Paris & New York in the Photobook

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On the Surface – Images of Architecture and Public Space in debate

2nd edition of the international conference

The second edition of the International Seminar “On the Surface: Public space and Architectural Images in Debate” aimed to continue the success of its first edition that proved to be an important forum for debate an reflection about public space and architectural images, whose work can be seen in the catalogue “On the Surface: Public Space and Architectural Imagens in Debate” and in “Visual Narratives: European Capital of Culture Guimarães 2012, scopio EDITIONS”.

The seminar’s second edition structure integrated a conference with multiple sessions and a photography workshop in the city of Guimarães – European Capital of Culture 2012 – that had as result a collective exhibition and a publication with the set of selected works. A rich and multifaceted event wich included, in addition to the traditional congress, a series of round tables, exhibits and a photography workshop in order to strengthen the diffusion, reflection and informal discussion around the themes of Photography an Archtecture.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOn the surface - images of architecture and public space in debate. Conference proceedings
EditorsPedro Leão Neto
Place of PublicationPorto, Portugal
PublisherScopio Editions
ISBN (Print)978-989-99429-4-3
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2016
EventOn the surface: Photography and Architecture : Crossing Borders and Shifting Boundaries - Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto , Porto, Portugal
Duration: 29 Sept 201630 Sept 2016


ConferenceOn the surface: Photography and Architecture
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