DOUBLE VISION at TOTO
What makes a good architectural photograph? It’s a subjective question that has no definitive answer, particularly in this post-truth age of fake news, AI images, photoreal visualisations and photographs that have been Photoshopped to within an inch of their lives.
This exhibition presents a selection of photographs by architectural photographer, writer and curator Gareth Gardner. He has handpicked images from his 20-year archive that each sit at different places on the sliding scale with staged photography at one extreme and documentary the other. Many were captured for architects and interior designers, others commissioned by magazines or self-initiated as part of on-going personal explorations.