‘The Architecture of Time’ Exhibit Opens at BSA Space

The Great Engines Hall

Boston – On Friday, Jan.10, ‘The Architecture of Time’ exhibit will be opening at the Boston Society of Architects (BSA Space), at 290 Congress St. (Atlantic Wharf). The event will be held from 6 – 8 p.m.

The BSA exhibit includes pieces by many different photographers, featuring “photography that represents creative perspectives on the built or designed environment dealing with time or history through an architectural lens.”

Elisif Photography had two pieces selected for inclusion in the show.

The first was shot at the beautiful Metropolitan Waterworks Museum by Cleveland Circle. The Great Engines Hall houses coal-powered, steam-driven pumps three stories tall that were used to pump fresh water to the city of Boston in the 19th century. They are beautifully preserved by the museum.

St. Louis Street Impression

The second photo by Elisif Photography selected for the exhibit is “St. Louis Street Impression” which the photographer shot while riding along a street in St. Louis in her sister’s car, looking out the passenger window and recording the panorama on her phone. The car moved faster than the panorama could be recorded, so it jumps and gives more of an impression of the street than a clear record.

Photographs chosen for the event are by professionals, students from the New England School of Photography, and amateur photographers from around the area.

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