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The shifting focus of architectural photography

The joint Archis and Photographers' Gallery debate on the relationship between architecture and photography turned into an attack on architectural magazines for an obsession with satisfying 'target groups', and failing to nurture an explorative, critical view of architectural production: factors which, Archis editor-in-chief Ole Bouman revealed, are currently threatening the magazine, committed to 'exploring architecture in depth', with closure.

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