in the Public Realm
Cityscapes of Boston
The Boston Society of Architects
290 Congress St., Boston, MA
Wednesday, January 23rd at 6 pm
The BSA teams with cultureNOW to welcome renowned architecture photographer Peter Vanderwarker and Boston Globe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic Robert Campbell FAIA as they explore Boston then-and-now through photography on Wednesday, January 23 at 6:00 pm at BSA Space (290 Congress Street, Boston). The discussion highlights online updates to their 1982 book that featured side-by-side views of the city's transformation between 1850 and 1980.

Register for the event on the BSA calendar ( by clicking the event name on January 23rd.

Robert Campbell has been architecture critic of The Boston Globe since 1973. He writes criticism, news stories, opinion pieces and feature articles about all aspects of the built environment, as well as a monthly Sunday column, "Cityscapes," in which he compares new and old views of Boston scenes. Campbell's work has received awards including a Design Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts (1976) and the medal for criticism of the American Institute of Architects (1980).

Born in Buffalo, New York, Campbell is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Harvard College, where he majored in English literature. He has a master's in journalism from Columbia and a master's in architecture from Harvard, where he was awarded the Appleton Traveling Fellowship and Kelley thesis prize. He helped found, and is now an advisor to, the Mayors Institute for City Design, which brings together mayors, designers and other experts to try to solve city problems. He is a fellow of the American Institute of Architects and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Peter Vanderwarker’s work has been published internationally in books and in magazines. He travels and exhibits extensively. Recent exhibitions include shows in New York and Boston. Upcoming photo shoots include projects in Africa (Rwanda) and China (Hangzhou). The National Endowment for the Arts and the Graham Foundation have supported Peter Vanderwarker’s work, and he has received Institute Honors from the American Institute of Architects.