Architectural photographer Angus Martin’s latest exhibition explores the visual language of photography in contemporary architecture to remind us that architectural spaces are created first and foremost for people. The title of the exhibition - Really Truthy Lies - is an expression Martin came across in a blog discussion about architectural photography versus art, and whether architectural photography can be considered a truthful representation given the photographic techniques used in this genre to portray buildings “at their best”.
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