Camera Constructs: Photography, Architecture and the Modern City aims to question the understanding of photography as a truthful and documentary medium while at the same time proposing other possible photographic “constructions” (to use the word suggested by the editors)—not only those constructions shaped by the camera itself but also those in which architecture and photography share a productive synergy and are not subservient to one another. This collection is the result of a conference held in April 2006 at the School of Architecture and the Visual Arts at the University of East London and was first published in a hardcover version in 2012. The more recent paperback of...

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