The Colin Rowe Lectures are a collaboration between the Centre for Architecture and Visual Arts (LSA) and the Royal Institute of British Architects. Established in 2016 and convened by Marco Iuliano and Valeria Carullo, the lectures aim to discuss the role of the image in architecture as an open forum of discussion for architects, photographers, students, and the simply curious.
We are delighted to announce as our next speaker David Grandorge, who has pursued the photography of buildings, cities, and landscapes since 1996. He has documented the work of architects such as Sergison Bates, Caruso St John, 6a, Witherford Watson Mann, Maccreanor Lavington, Stephen Taylor, Feilden Fowles, Marie-Jose Van Hee, Brendeland & Kristoffersen, and many others. His photographs, generally characterised by visual austerity and laconic expression, express an ongoing concern with pictorial and compositional precision.
10 November 2022, 6:30pm to 8pm
RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London, W1B 1AD
Image: Svalbard (Mine I) 2007 © David Grandorge