Architectural photography, The Media and the Paradigm of Objectivity in the work of Oliver Hill
Keywords: 
Mediation
Visual communication
Objectivity
Commerce
Interwar
Magazines
Oliver Hill
Materias Investigacion::Arquitectura
Issue Date: 
2016
Publisher: 
Servicio de Publicaciones Universidad de Navarra
ISBN: 
978-848081-518-5
Citation: 
Vnden-Berghe, V., (2016) ""Architectural photography, The Media and the Paradigm of Objectivity in the work of Oliver Hill"" En: Alcolea, R.A, Tárrago-Mingo, J., (eds.), en Congreso internacional: Inter photo arch ""Interacciones"", celebrado en Pamplona, los días 2 al 4 de Noviembre de 2016, (pp. 378-389)
Abstract
The interwar period in Britain saw a rapid increase in the dissemination of wellphotographed buildings and interiors in a variety of journals and magazines. Varied titles such as the Architectural Review, Country Life and The Queen all published seductive images of newly built architecture and its interiors. This period, as Robert Elwall pointed out, ‘saw the development of close collaborations between architects and their favoured photographers’1. Taking these relationships as a starting point, this paper aims to look more closely at the dissemination of the work of architects such as Oliver Hill (1887-1968) in the media of the time.
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