The Portraits of Practice exhibition opens in Sydney at the Tin Sheds Gallery on 10 July.
Organised by Parlour and the University of Sydney, Portraits of Practice will showcase life in architecture through a series of photographs that capture architects at work. Vignettes of the persona of the architect, the culture and community of architects, the overlap between private and professional life, and the diversity of architects will all be on display.
Be part of Parlour’s first exhibition – send us your Portrait of Practice
Portraits of Practice will also include crowdsourced images of the people of Australian architecture at work.
Parlour invites everyone from the Australian architecture industry to participate in this unique exhibition by contributing their ‘Portraits of Practice’ – photographs that capture them at work in the studio, at the building site, in a meeting room, or just about anywhere.
Parlour seeks to put together a collective picture of who the profession is today, and needs as many people as possible to contribute to the Portraits of Practice. The images can show the ordinary and the everyday as well as the exceptional and the unique.
Photographs can be sent in via Instagram.
Contributors not on Instagram can email their photographs to [email protected] along with the caption and they will be posted on the Parlour account.
Portraits of Practice
When: 6 – 8 pm, 10 July, 2015
Where: Tin Sheds Gallery, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, 148 City Road, University of Sydney