Xi Chen’s Inside Out depicts the exterior and interior of important New York City buildings in a single image, aiming to reflect both the presence of the building in its urban landscape and the human purposes it serves.Learn More
It’s not just Stonehenge: New discoveries reveal an era when awe-inspiring monuments were all the rage.Learn More
New Photography 2023 explores the photographic work of seven artists, all at various stages in their careers, who are united by their critical use of photographic forms and their ties to the artistic scene in the port city of Lagos (Èkó), Nigeria.Learn More
There is Only One Paul R. Williams highlights the work of a brilliant and prolific black architect who made a name for himself in pre-Civil Rights Movement America.Learn More
Living with Mies is a series of portraits of residents in their living rooms in the Lafayette Park neighborhood of downtown Detroit, home to the largest collection of Mies van der Rohe-designed buildings in the world.Learn More
The Built Environment designates the structures and spaces humankind has created in which to live, work, and play. It includes every kind of buildings, parks and other greenspaces, roads, and infrastructures of all types. Interpreting this theme for Photoville, 34 photographers from Soho Photo are presenting a diversity of creative viewpoints that reveal many of the ways we live and co-exist today.
Julienne Schaer’s photos of the build of the Brooklyn Bridge Park comprise a visual documentary that illustrates the transformation of Brooklyn’s industrial waterfront into a world-class park.Learn More