From Mexican baroque churches to the Festival of Britain, by way of the Shanghai skyline, the history of 20th century architecture is told in Exposed! Images from the Royal Institute of British Architects Library Photographs Collection, which runs from 13 October to 17 November at the Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool. Curated by the RIBA’s Robert Elwall, the show features 88 shots from photographers including John Maltby, Tony Ray Jones and Alistair Hunter (Staatsgalerie extension, Stuttgart pictured). New prints have been made from the original negatives, says Elwall, so the exhibition can tour the country.
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