Longtime CAC docent Patrick Pyszka will share insights on the interesting intersection of architecture and photography and explain how he sees this tradition continuing today in his job as principal photographer for the City of Chicago.
In the 19th century, the world's earliest photographers transformed a new technology into an art form with a primary subject: architecture. Unlike human subjects, buildings could be photographed for hours on end, without movement or complaint. Patrick Pyszka will examine this aspect of photography's history and explain why architecture continues to play an important role in photography today.
- Although this event is free for CAC members, advance registration is required.
- Ticket price includes entrance to the Chicago Architecture Center on the day of the event. View the CAC's hours.
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